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Increased damage caused by storms – but no increase in the number of storms

Carin Nilsson, research coordinator at the CEC, has been interviewed about storms in Sydnytt and Sveriges Radio P4 Kristianstad. See and hear Carin here!
Carin Nilsson. Photo: Leif Jönsson/Sveriges Radio

The number of storms in southern Sweden has not increased in recent years. However, the damage that storms cause has increased compared with the beginning of the 1900s, according to Carin Nilsson, research coordinator at the CEC.

See the interview in Sydnytt from the 9 January where Carin talks about her research on storms from the dissertation Windstorms in Sweden - variations and impacts.


Listen to the interview about storms on Swedish Radio P4 Kristianstad from 8 January

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