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USU Scientist Adds to World Meteorological Organization Warning


Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014


USU faculty member and researcher Simon Want
Simon Wang

Simon Wang, assistant director of the Utah Climate Center at Utah State University, was part of a recent gathering of the World Meteorological Organization that foresees extreme and changing weather. Wang and others climate scientists warn that people worldwide will have to adapt to hotter and colder temperatures and more intense storms.

 

Wang was interviewed by Agence France-Presse and the resulting report was published in multiple European news outlets and around the globe, including the New Zealand Herald.

 

Read the story.

 

Contact: Simon Wang, (435) 757-3121, simon.wang@usu.edu



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