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Recent Hurricane Research: Climate, Dynamics, and Societal Impacts

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Recent Hurricane Research: Climate, Dynamics, and Societal Impacts
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533072388
Number of pages: 616

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This book represents recent research on tropical cyclones and their impacts, and a wide range of topics are covered. An updated global climatology is presented, including the global occurrence of tropical cyclones and the terrestrial factors that may contribute to the variability and long-term trends in their occurrence. Research also examines long term trends in tropical cyclone occurrences and intensity as related to solar activity.

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