Scientists see hotter, drier 21st century, with more immigrants

Ventura County Star: Record-breaking summer heat waves and parched lands will become increasingly common in the next 30 years in the United States, according to studies released this week at the world’s largest physical sciences conference, the American Geophysical Union. The American Southwest will be especially hard hit. “We see a clear emergence of much more intense, hot conditions within the next three decades,” said Noah Diffenbach, a Stanford professor and lead author of a study on extreme heat waves. “These......

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