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Hawaii should be prepared to feel the heat of nature

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 11, 2013

~~<p>One of the clearest bells on the perils of global warming is being sounded from Honolulu.</p>
<p>Camilo Mora, an award-winning assistant professor in the University of Hawaii's geography department, assembled a team of graduate students to pore over the data from 39 of the world's best climate models and computer projections to track the changes in the Earth's weather.</p>
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One of the clearest bells on the perils of global warming is being sounded from Honolulu.

Camilo Mora, an award-winning assistant professor in the University of Hawaii's geography department, assembled a team of graduate students to pore over the data from 39 of the world's best climate models and computer projections to track the changes in the Earth's weather. Login for more...



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