Hurricanes and Global Warming: Results from Downscaling IPCC AR4 Simulations

@inproceedings{Emanuel2008HurricanesAG,
  title={Hurricanes and Global Warming: Results from Downscaling IPCC AR4 Simulations},
  author={Kerry A. Emanuel and Ragoth Sundararajan and John K. Williams},
  year={2008}
}
347 MARCH 2008 AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY | T ropical cyclones account for the majority of natural catastrophic losses in the developed world and, next to floods, are the leading cause of death and injury among natural disasters affecting developing countries (UNDP/BCPR 2004). It is thus of some interest to understand how their behavior is affected by climate change, whether natural or anthropogenic. A range of techniques has been brought to bear on this question. The most straightforward… CONTINUE READING

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