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Fakhri Bazzaz; sounded alarm on climate change

FAKHRI BAZZAZ FAKHRI BAZZAZ
By Matt Collette
Globe Correspondent / March 13, 2008

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Fakhri Bazzaz, a Harvard professor who was among the vanguard of scientists to recognize that human activity was affecting global climate change, died Feb. 6 of complications of a stroke at a Lexington rehabilitation center. He was 74 and lived in Lexington. (Full article: 571 words)

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