Friday, March 17, 2006

'Stronger hurricanes fed by warming oceans'

'A study that will appear in tomorrow’s edition of Science links the intensity of hurricanes with rising ocean temperatures. The study has been developed by scientists at Georgia Institute of Technology and, according to it, humidity, wind shear and large-scale circulation patterns aren’t decisive factors to drive a major storm , but the constant increase in sea surface temperatures. This has taken place in six basins around the world, including North Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans...' More


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