New Study Links Global Warming to Natural Wind Cycles

According to the LA Times, a new study reveals that the warming that has occurred over the past century for the West Coast is largely attributable to natural fluctuations in oceanic winds: Changes in ocean circulation as a result of weaker winds were the main cause of about 1 degree Fahrenheit of warming in the northeast Pacific Ocean and nearby coastal land between 1900 and 2012, according to the analysis of ocean and air temperatures over that time. The study, conducted by researchers from the Read more […]