Pinpoint global warming impacts on South Pacific rainfall

Summit Voice: While some weather observations and climate models suggest specific global warming impacts to southern hemisphere weather patterns, a new study by the International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa suggests rainfall will be affected by two competing factors. In the South Pacific, these two effects -- an increase due to overall warming and a decrease due to changes in atmospheric water transport -- may cancel each other out, resulting in highly uncertain rainfall projections.......

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