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Human-induced climate change caused the northwestern Pacific warming record in August 2020

Science Daily Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
A new study revealed that the record-warm sea surface temperature over the northwestern Pacific in August 2020 could not be expected to occur without human-induced climate changes. Such extremely warm condition is likely to become a new normal climate in August by the mid-21st century, needing the prompt implementation of adaptation measures for anthropogenic global warming.
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