NOAA connects Texas drought with climate change

NEW YORK, July 11, 2012 - Tom Karl, the head of NOAA's Climate office, says man-made warming was a factor in Texas because the state's drought intensity fell too far outside historic patterns of dryness and rain. Wyatt Andrews reports this is the first time the NOAA has made the scientific claim that climate change increases the odds of extreme weather.




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