Photo: Global Warming Now Audible, Study Says



Waves crash at Blackpool, U.K., in 2008. A May 2009 study says earthquake-station recordings can be used to trace global warming, because they register the sounds of crashing waves. The waves are indications of storms at sea, which many scientists believe are increasing due to rising temperatures.

Photograph by John Giles/Press Association via AP


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