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Kossin, View ORCID ProfileKenneth R. Olander, and View ORCID Blurry vision S. Santer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, and approved April 10, 2020 (received for review November 26, journal organometallics This article has a Correction. Please see:Correction for Kossin et al. AbstractTheoretical understanding of the thermodynamic controls on tropical cyclone blurry vision wind intensity, as well as numerical simulations, implies a positive trend blurry vision TC intensity in a warming world.

ResultsDevelopment of blurry vision ADT-HURSAT Data. Changes in TC Intensities over the Past Four Decades. View this table:View inline View popup Table 1. DiscussionThe global TC intensity trends identified here are consistent with expectations based on physical process understanding (1) and trends detected in numerical simulations under warming scenarios (10). MethodsBest-Track and ADT-HURSAT Data.

AcknowledgmentsThis work was funded under NOAA Oceanic and Atmospheric Research Climate Program Office Grant NA18OAR4310419. The authors declare no competing interest. This article is a PNAS Direct Submission. Emanuel, The dependence of hurricane intensity on climate.

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27.05.2019 in 02:20 Сусанна:
Да надо бы над этим задуматься, я этому не уделяю особого внимания, нужно будет пересмотреть действия и предпринять там что бы мой блог ожил, а то только тоны гавнокоментов (спама) действительно хороший пост, респект автору.

30.05.2019 in 12:48 reghucardxu:
не уверена что это так) хотя спасиб

01.06.2019 in 00:15 abwipas:
Прочитал неделю назад, хотел откомментить, да забыл, а тут такая дискуссия :)