Warning centre dismisses link between super typhoon and climate change | Pacific Beat

Warning centre dismisses link between super typhoon and climate change

Warning centre dismisses link between super typhoon and climate change

Updated 13 November 2013, 18:01 AEST

The typhoon warning centre in Guam says there is no link between climate change and Super Typhoon Haiyan that devastated parts of Palau last week before going on to cause the major calamity in The Philippines.

The US National Weather Service in Guam says Haiyan, the strongest typhoon in many years was typical of typhoons that are generated in the northern Pacific.

Presenter: Brian Abbott

Chip Guard, the Warning Co-ordination meteorologist from the US National Weather Service in Guam

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