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People watch the Atlantic Ocean waves at Carolina Beach, N. C., Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/Harry Hamburg)

(Bloomberg) — Climate change has added billions to the toll of hurricane strikes on the U.S., according to a study that challenges the prevailing scientific view that the rising cost is mainly because more buildings, towns and businesses are in the way.

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