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Influence of Global Warming on Extreme Weather Events Frequently Underestimated | Media Coverage

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Apr 2, 2020

Multiple news outlets have covered a study by Noah Diffenbaugh finding that even small increases in global temperature can cause a large uptick in the likelihood of extreme weather events, such as drought and floods.

Published Study

Verification of extreme event attribution: Using out-of-sample observations to assess changes in probabilities of unprecedented events |  Science Advances

Press Release

Influence of Global Warming on Extreme Weather Events Frequently Underestimated

Media Coverage

April 2, 2020 | Science Underestimated Climate Impacts on Everyday Heat and Weather, Stanford Scientist Says | Forbes

March 20, 2020 | In Just 10 Years, Warming Has Increased the Odds of Disasters | E&E News

March 20, 2020 | Global Warming Could Trigger Even More Extreme Weather Than Thought | U.S. News

March 19, 2020 | We Can No Longer Rely on Historical Data to Predict Extreme Weather | Popular Science

March 18, 2020 | As Climate Heats Up, Planners Urged to Look Beyond History to Judge Risks | Thomas Rueters Foundation News

 

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