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Scientists warn climate change could reach the 'tipping point' sooner than predicted

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Scientists warn climate change could reach the 'tipping point' sooner than predictedA new study from Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science investigates how the hydrological cycle ties into Earth’s ability to sequester carbon dioxide.
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