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Is the Clean Air Act behind hurricane increase?

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America’s signature anti-air pollution law may be behind an apparent surge in the frequency of hurricanes, according to a new paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience. The study suggests that the decline of aerosol particles due to the anti-pollution law may have increased the frequency of storms in the North Atlantic region by reducing the amount of cooling of the ocean....

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