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No big shift in U.S. flood patterns despite climate change: study

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. flooding patterns have shown some regional changes but no countrywide shift despite heavier rains spawned by global warming, a study by U.S. and Austrian researchers said on Wednesday.
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