Rainfall trends in arid regions buck commonly held climate change theories

Published: 12/10/2017
Rainfall trends in arid regions buck commonly held climate change theories
Source: BRISTOL.AC.UK

The recent intense hurricanes in the Atlantic have sharply focused attention on how climate change can exacerbate extreme weather events. Scientific research suggests that global warming causes heavier rainfall because a hotter atmosphere can hold more moisture and warmer oceans evaporate faster feeding the atmosphere with more moisture.

Read more
Related news
Comment