In a First Study of Pakistan’s Floods, Scientists See Climate Change at Work


“The representation of all these processes can get tricky when you’re applying a climate model,” Dr. Saeed said. Scientists often find storms, droughts and wildfires tougher to attribute to global warming compared with extreme hot or cold spells. Those events involve not just temperatures, but also the circulation of air and complex interactions between land, sea and atmosphere. Even so, n...

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