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Global Warming to Blame for Many Natural Disasters

Man-made global warming leads to higher ocean surface temperatures, which creates more?and stronger?hurricanes?as well as other so-called "natural" disasters, such as forest fires, droughts and floods.

BBC News reports that climatologists say that global warming will increase the risk of forest fires, droughts and floods over the next 200 years, even if we cut greenhouse gas emissions right now.

Hurricanes are getting stronger AND more frequent: global warming warms up the surface of the ocean, feeding these storms, which then cause devastation when they move inland. But is the warmer ocean surface temperature a result of natural changes or greenhouse gases?or both?

In LiveScience.com, Ker Than quotes Florida hurricane expert James Elsner, talking about results of a 50 year study, as saying that it?s definitely man-made greenhouse gases that are warming up the atmosphere?and the ocean.

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