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Temperatures Have Risen Rapidly In The Pyrenees In Recent Decades, Research Shows

Temperatures in the Pyrenees mountain range have been climbing particularly rapidly in recent decades — with maximum temperatures there rising by more than half a degree Celsius by decade from 1970 to 2013 — according to a new study from the Rovira i Virgili University’s Centre for Climate Change Temperatures Have Risen Rapidly In The Pyrenees In Recent Decades, Research Shows was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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