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Canada's flood havoc after summer heatwave shows how climate disasters combine to do extra damage

By Vikki Thompson, Senior Research Associate in Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol
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People living in British Columbia will feel like they have had more than their fair share of climate disasters in 2021. After a record-breaking heatwave in June, the state in western Canada has been inundated by intense rain storms in November. It’s also likely the long-lasting effects of the heatwave made the results of the recent rainfall worse, causing more landslides – which have destroyed highways and railroads – than would otherwise have happened.

In June 2021, temperature records across western North America were shattered. The town of Lytton in British Columbia


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