Can't stand the heat

Pearce, Fred
December 1998
New Scientist;12/19/98-01/02/99, Vol. 160 Issue 2165-2167, p32
States that 1998 was the warmest year on record. Impact of the greenhouse effect and the El Nino weather pattern; Description of El Nino; Weather adding urgency to the limitation of industrial emissions of greenhouse gases. INSETS: Falling hero breaks sceptics' hearts;Under the weather.


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