Hurricanes Have Doubled Due to Global Warming, Study Says

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: July 30, 2007   View Article

The number of Atlantic hurricanes that form each year has doubled over the past century and global warming is largely to blame, according a new study.

The increase occurred in two major steps of about 50 percent each, one in the 1930s and the second since 1995.

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