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How Climate Change Changes Hurricanes

Every hurricane season it seams like in the Southeast we're experiencing stronger, more rapidly intensifying hurricanes. Here at UGA we're lucky to have Dr. J Marshall Shepherd, a preeminent atmospheric scientist who studies extreme weather and climate events, to connect the dots for us. Producer Kodiak Sauer asks him to explain how our current changing climate is affecting hurricanes.

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