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Hurricanes more powerful, study says

Researcher at MIT sees larger storms with stronger winds

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / August 1, 2005

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The destructive power of hurricanes in the North Atlantic and North Pacific has nearly doubled over the past 30 years, at least partly because of human-induced global warming, according to a controversial new study by a prominent climate researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Full article: 1022 words)

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