Penn State professor Michael Mann stands in front of diagrams of developing storms in the Joel Myers Weather Center in the Walker building in July. Some of Mann’s research is about how climate change affects the severity of storms.
Penn State professor Michael Mann stands in front of diagrams of developing storms in the Joel Myers Weather Center in the Walker building in July. Some of Mann’s research is about how climate change affects the severity of storms. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
Penn State professor Michael Mann stands in front of diagrams of developing storms in the Joel Myers Weather Center in the Walker building in July. Some of Mann’s research is about how climate change affects the severity of storms. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

Poll: Most Centre County residents believe in global warming, but are skeptical of scientific consensus

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