Study Isolates Role Of Greenhouses Gases Associated With Regional Warming; 1.3 Degrees Past Century

The annual mean temperature in the Pacific Northwest has warmed by about 1.3 degrees Fahrenheit since the early 20th century – a gradual warming trend that has been accelerating over the past 3-4 decades and is attributed to anthropogenic, or human, causes.

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