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Scientists Disagree On Link Between Storms, Warming
A year after Hurricane Katrina and other major storms battered the U.S. coast, the question of whether hurricanes are becoming more destructive because of global warming has become perhaps the most hotly contested question in the scientific debate over climate change.
By Juliet Eilperin
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