Long-term trends drive US storm experience
Forecasts of a more active North Atlantic tropical storm season in 2010 have emerged at the same time as the world meets in Copenhagen to thrash out a climate deal, so it seems only natural to draw a link between the rise in manmade greenhouse gas emissions and the increase in more frequent and more damaging hurricanes.
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