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What are flash droughts?

When I talk about droughts, I use the term “flash drought” to describe a drought that develops and gets worse very quickly. Most of the time, they are related to high temperatures and a completely or mostly dry period with almost no rain, and generally are most likely to be…
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Could cleaner air lead to more hurricanes? A new study suggests so

A new study conducted by The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) study has found that cleaner air is leading to more hurricanes, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances on Wednesday. The research indicates that a 50 percent decrease in pollution in Europe and the U.S. correlates to a 33 percent increase in…
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