be to blame

And someone has to be to blame.
Y alguien tiene que ser culpado.
This could mean oceans will rise even faster than forecast, and rising surface air temperatures appear to be to blame, the researchers report in Friday's issue of the journal Science.
Esto podría significar que los océanos elevarán el nivel de sus aguas aún mas rápido de lo previsto, y al parecer la culpa recaería sobre le aumento en la temperatura del aire superficial, reportaron los investigadores en la edición del Viernes de la Revista Científica.
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