Houston’s Population Growth Could Mean An Increase In Extreme Heat

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Houston’s Population Growth Could Mean An Increase In Extreme Heat

Houston’s Population Growth Could Mean An Increase In Extreme Heat

Houston’s Population Growth Could Mean An Increase In Extreme Heat
Olga Wilhelmi is also studying extreme heat in Houston. “It presents a very interesting case for looking at how people adapt to extreme heat,” Wilhelmi said. She works for the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado.

DAVE FEHLING | Houston PUblic Media  Houston’s population growth could be making this an even hotter place to live in coming decades. That’s according to on-going research that’s using Houston as a predictor of what's called "extreme heat."

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Fehling, D (2015, June 08). Houston’s Population Growth Could Mean An Increase In Extreme Heat. Houston Public Media Retrieved from http://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/