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Submitted by Thomas vdb on
Storms are atmosphere stuff, I'm not sure however you can say an underwater earthquake is linked to climate change ... (for Samoa and Tonga example) This area is one of the most active place on earth for earthquakes, and we know it will still be for a long time. Unfortunately this is also a very sea-oriented area for population living on the shore or on islands, and who are indeed dramatically affected by sea-level rise due to ice melt due to global warming.