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Next week, a feature article in Science News will explore the increasing intensity and frequency of hurricanes and cyclones in recent years and consider whether climate change is behind that trend. For a collection of past Science News articles on hurricanes, flooding, and the Gulf Coast and New Orleans, go to www.sciencenews.org/pages/ katrina.asp.
--J.A. Miller, Editor in Chief
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|Date:||Sep 10, 2005|
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