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FROM VOLUME 9, NUMBER 3, MARCH 1996

NEWS...
WILD WINTER WEATHER


Item #d96mar99

Shortly after the stories about last year's temperature had appeared, an intense blizzard struck the east coast of the U.S., prompting more references in the popular press to climate change. On January 22, 1996, a Newsweek magazine cover story explained how weather extremes of several types could be consistent with greenhouse-gas induced climate change. (See Periodicals/General Interest, Global Climate Change Digest, Feb. 1996.) The New York Times ran a similar article (p. 4, Jan. 14). The February 5 issue of World Climate Review contains critical commentary on both pieces.

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