(p. D6) Cholera outbreaks seem to be on the increase, but a new study has found they cannot be explained by global warming.
A bigger factor may be the cycle of droughts and floods along big rivers, according to Tufts University scientists who published a study in The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene this month.
For the full story, see:
DONALD G. McNEIL Jr. “GLOBAL UPDATE; Cholera: Climate Change Isn’t a Culprit in Increasing Outbreaks, Study Finds.” The New York Times (Tues., August 30, 2011): D6.
(Note: the online version of the article is dated August 29, 2011.)