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Natural variability may at the moment be affecting Antarctica’s temperature more than human activity is, but climate change will still be a major influence.
The Pacific Ocean may be providing the world with a temporary reprieve from high rates of global warming, by storing heat that would normally warm the atmosphere, scientists say.
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