Historical deadly typhoons in the Philippines

@article{Ribera2008HistoricalDT,
  title={Historical deadly typhoons in the Philippines},
  author={Pedro Ribera and Ricardo Alfonso Garcia-Herrera and Luis Gimeno},
  journal={Weather},
  year={2008},
  volume={63}
}
, in China and Japan, are used. The physical mechanisms responsible for their development are complex and not fully understood, but it is known that they require high sea-surface temperatures (SST), a moderate Coriolis force, a pre-existent synoptic perturbation (normally a monsoon trough or easterly wave) and low wind shear (Fink and Speth, 1998; Galvin, 2008). The dependence on high sea tem-perature has opened the debate on a pos-sible increase in the frequency of tropical cyclones in a… 

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