WRAPUP - By James Poole
SINGAPORE, Nov 29 (Reuters) -
Flooding and rains that have killed over 100 people in Southeast Asia have
started to recede, but forecasters warned on Wednesday that more heavy
rain was on the way and the unusually wet weather could last until February.
Experts say heavy rainfall in the region
is consistent with the climate change expected from global warming, but
they concede that, scientifically, there is still no direct link.
"The floods out here are exactly
in line with what one would expect," said Peter Walker, head of delegation