Researchers Expect Climate Change To Cause More Transatlantic Turbulence

Climate change will increase clear-air turbulence on transatlantic routes by the middle of this century, forcing longer detours, say U.K. researchers. Supercomputer simulations of the jet stream over the North Atlantic show both the frequency and strength of turbulence encounters will increase as...

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