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Tree rings reveal El Niño linked to climate change

By The Christian Science Monitor
Monday, July 1, 2013 15:35 EDT
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Tree rings reveal El Niño tied to recent global warming (via The Christian Science Monitor)

Every seven years – or sometimes every two years, or maybe four years – El Niño turns a bucket of rainfall over eastern South America, sending floodwaters cascading over coastal Ecuador and typhoons spiraling into Peru. Other parts of countries…

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