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FNS Photo by Dave Wallis Adnan Akyuz, state climatologist and director of the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network, turns temperature data into visual pictures through the many charts in his office at North Dakota State University.

Tempers heat up in climate change debate

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FARGO — For local weather and climate experts, the correlation is clear: Talking about the rising global temperatures can lead to hot tempers.

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It can be a frustrating process for scientists to be wrapped up in a debate fraught with “political dogma,” said John Wheeler, chief meteorologist at WDAY-TV.

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Erik Burgess
Erik Burgess covers city and county government for The Forum. He started as the paper's night reporter in 2012, after graduating from Hamline University in St. Paul, Minn. He was born and raised in Grand Forks, N.D., and also spent time interning at the Grand Forks Herald.  Have a comment to share about a story? Letters to the editor should include author’s name, address and phone number. Generally, letters should be no longer than 250 words. All letters are subject to editing. Send to letters@forumcomm.com
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