Evaluating the 2006 Hurricane Season The Atlantic hurricane season is off to a slow start this year: so far, no major storms. Does a slow start mean we won't see any big storms? And what's the latest on the link between hurricanes and global warming?
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Evaluating the 2006 Hurricane Season

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Evaluating the 2006 Hurricane Season

Evaluating the 2006 Hurricane Season

Evaluating the 2006 Hurricane Season

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The Atlantic hurricane season is off to a slow start this year: so far, no major storms. Does a slow start mean we won't see any big storms? And what's the latest on the link between hurricanes and global warming?

Guests:

James Elsner, professor, geography director, Hurricane Climate Institute, Florida State University

Judith Curry, professor and chairwoman, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology

Kevin Trenberth, head of the Climate Analysis Section, National Center for Atmospheric Research