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Ecoshock Features
Climate modeller explains new precipitation patterns
Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh, Alex Smith
 Alex Smith  Contact Contributor
June 8, 2007, 5:02 p.m.
How does a warmer world impact precipitation? Will we be divided into "wets" and "drys"? Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh of Purdue U explains hard rain events.
Radio Ecoshock
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