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Global warming has ‘changed’ spread of tropical cyclones around the world

On May 4, 2020
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Human-caused climate change has played a role in shaping the spread of tropical cyclones in the past 40 years, a study finds.The number of tropical cyclones originating in the North Atlantic and central Pacific has slightly increased, while fewer have occurred in the southern Indian Ocean ...

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Global warming has ‘changed’ spread of tropical cyclones around the world

Global warming has ‘changed’ spread of tropical cyclones around the world

Human-caused climate change has played a role in shaping the spread of tropical cyclones in the past 40 years, a study finds.The number of tropical cyclones originating in the North ...

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