Rapid eco-physical impact assessment of tropical cyclones using geospatial technology: a case from severe cyclonic storms Amphan

@article{Mishra2021RapidEI,
  title={Rapid eco-physical impact assessment of tropical cyclones using geospatial technology: a case from severe cyclonic storms Amphan},
  author={Manoranjan Mishra and Dipika Kar and Manasi Debnath and Netrananda Sahu and Shreerup Goswami},
  journal={Natural Hazards},
  year={2021},
  volume={110},
  pages={2381-2395}
}
The tropical cyclones are very destructive during landfall, generating high wind speeds, heavy intensive rainfall, and severe storm surges with huge coastal inundations that have massive socioeconomic and ecological catastrophic effects on human beings and the economic well-being. The sizable ecological effects of cyclonic storms cannot be ignored because of the uncertainty of impact, intensity induced by a warming ocean, and sea level rise. The Super Cyclonic Storm Amphan which falls under the… 
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