Hurricane link to climate change is hazy

Schiermeier, Quirin
September 2005
Nature;9/22/2005, Vol. 437 Issue 7058, p461
Academic Journal
Presents a study on the link of hurricane to climate change in the U.S. Details on the physics of hurricane formation; Lack of understanding of the role of hurricanes in the climate system; Investigation of the interaction of oceans with the atmosphere.


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