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Study ties pollution to more air turbulence

LONDON — Tourists, exchange students, masters of the financial universe, and other business travelers: It is time to buckle up.

More pollution is likely to mean bumpier flights for trans-Atlantic travelers, say researchers, who predict increased turbulence over the North Atlantic as carbon dioxide levels rise.

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