Hurricanes and Climate Change

Hurricanes are nature’s most destructive agents. They have recently been linked to changes in climate. A 4-day international summit on hurricanes and climate change took place in 2007 to discuss and debate various scientific issues related to this important topic. There were 77 attendees from 18 dif...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Elsner, James B. (Editor), Jagger, Thomas H. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY Springer US 2009, 2009
Edition:1st ed. 2009
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Implications for Water Vapor in the Tropical Tropopause Layer
  • Long-Term Natural Variability of Tropical Cyclones in Australia
  • Statistical Link Between United States Tropical Cyclone Activity and the Solar Cycle
  • Five Year Prediction of the Number of Hurricanes that make United States Landfall
  • A New Index for Tropical Cyclone Development from Sea Surface Temperature and Evaporation Fields
  • Probability of Hurricane Intensification and United States Hurricane Landfall under Conditions of Elevated Atlantic Sea Surface Temperatures
  • Wavelet-Lag Regression Analysis of Atlantic Tropical Cyclones
  • Network Analysis of U.S. Hurricanes
  • Migration of the Tropical Cyclone Zone throughout the Holocene
  • Aerosol Effects on Lightning and Intensity of Landfalling Hurricanes
  • Response of Tropical Cyclogenesis to Global Warming in an IPCC AR4 Scenario
  • Risk of Tropical Cyc