Interannual variation of tropical cyclone energy metrics over North Indian Ocean

@article{Mohapatra2016InterannualVO,
  title={Interannual variation of tropical cyclone energy metrics over North Indian Ocean},
  author={Mrutyunjay Mohapatra and V. Vijay Kumar},
  journal={Climate Dynamics},
  year={2016},
  volume={48},
  pages={1431-1445}
}
There is decreasing trend in the tropical cyclone (TC) number over the North Indian Ocean (NIO) in recent years, though there is increasing trend in the sea surface temperature (SST) which is one of the main environmental parameters for the development and intensification of TCs. Hence, a study has been performed to understand whether any trend exists in other TC parameters such as velocity flux (VF), accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) and power dissipation index (PDI). The interseasonal and… 

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