Hurricane Katrina, a climatological Perspective October 2005, Updated August 2006 IntroductionHurricane Katrina, a climatological Perspective October 2005, Updated August 2006 Introduction
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1997 Atlantic Tropical Storms1997 Atlantic Tropical Storms
National Weather Service stations. The statistics on deaths and damages were obtained from the tpc’s Preliminary Hurricane Reports and are subject to revision
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Meteorologica L organizatio n annual meeting of directors of meteorological servicesMeteorologica L organizatio n annual meeting of directors of meteorological services
The leading forecasters in hurricane prediction in the Atlantic Basin, at the Colorado State University and the National Oceanographic Atmospheric Administration (noaa)
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Haline hurricane wake in the Amazon/Orinoco plume: aquarius/sacd and smos observationsHaline hurricane wake in the Amazon/Orinoco plume: aquarius/sacd and smos observations
Semyon A. Grodsky1, Nicolas Reul2, Gilles Reverdin3, James A. Carton1, Bertrand Chapron2, Vladimir N. Kudryavtsev4, Gary Lagerloef5
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1Tropical Cyclone Report1Tropical Cyclone Report
Fay was a long-lived tropical storm that made eight landfalls – including a record four landfalls in Florida – and produced torrential rainfall that caused extensive floods across the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, and Florida
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Tropical cyclones: Formation and Decay by Steve Graham and Holli Riebeek · November 1, 2006Tropical cyclones: Formation and Decay by Steve Graham and Holli Riebeek · November 1, 2006
Called the greatest storm on Earth, a hurricane is capable of annihilating coastal areas with sustained winds of 155 miles per hour or higher, intense areas of rainfall, and a storm surge
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Review of the past hurricane season summary of the past seasonReview of the past hurricane season summary of the past season
In addition, Hurricane Joaquin battered the southeastern and central Bahamas as a category 4 hurricane, and was the strongest October hurricane known to have affected the Bahamas since 1866
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Review of the past hurricane season summary of the past seasonReview of the past hurricane season summary of the past season
Atlantic hurricane since Igor of 2010. There was also a tropical depression during July that failed to strengthen into a tropical storm. Figure 1 depicts the tracks of the tropical storms and hurricanes of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane
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El Niño and La Niña What do the following reports have in common?El Niño and La Niña What do the following reports have in common?
Toward the end of 1997, countries in the western Pacific Ocean, such as the Philippines, that normally get heavy rains experienced a severe drought. In Indonesia, the worst drought in 50 years set the stage for huge forest fires
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Chapter 8 Atmosphere-Ocean InteractionsChapter 8 Atmosphere-Ocean Interactions
These ferocious atmospheric storms cannot survive without the moisture supplied by warm ocean water. They are vivid examples of the coupling between the earth's oceans and atmosphere
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Is Climate Change Starting a New Dust Bowl? Cycle AIs Climate Change Starting a New Dust Bowl? Cycle A
Also, on the same day Felix came ashore, Hurricane Henriette made landfall across the southern tip of Baja California. This marked the first time Atlantic and Pacific hurricanes made landfall on the same day
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Review of the past hurricane seasonReview of the past hurricane season
Newfoundland, Canada. Gordon was the first hurricane to affect the Azores since 1991. In the individual storm descriptions that follow, all dates and times are based on Universal Coordinated Time (utc)
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Atmo 336 – Section 001 NameAtmo 336 – Section 001 Name
Mark final answers on the multiple choice answer sheet. Please mark your answers clearly
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1Tropical Cyclone Report1Tropical Cyclone Report
Hispaniola and eastern North Carolina. Gale-force winds and heavy rains associated with Ernesto also impacted portions of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. Ernesto was directly responsible for five fatalities in Haiti
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Feast or Famine: The 2015 Pacific and Atlantic Hurricane Seasons ComparedFeast or Famine: The 2015 Pacific and Atlantic Hurricane Seasons Compared
Double the climatic average of hurricane strength storms in an ocean basin named by the Portuguese for its “peaceful waters”. These are the highlights of the East and Central Pacific hurricane season for 2015
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