NEWS AN D Notes NOAA Scientists Say Active Hurricane Era Will "When we see this combination, we better be pre- Continue pared for a very busy period for hurricane activity," Scientists at the Department of Commerce's Na- Goldenberg said. Goldenberg's findings were pub- tional Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration lished in the journal Science on 20 July. (NOAA) say many of the hurricane seasons in the next "From 1995 to 2000 we saw the highest level of two or three decades may be much more active than North Atlantic hurricane activity ever measured," they were in the 1970s through early 1990s . . . and Goldenberg said. "Compared with the previous 24 they think they know why. years there were twice as many hurricanes in the At- Stanley Goldenberg, a research meteorologist at lantic, including two and a half times more major hur- NOAA's Hurricane Research Division, part of the At- ricanes—those reaching Category 3 strength with lantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory winds reaching more than 110 mph—and more than in Miami, conducted research that shows warmer sea five times as many hurricanes impacting the Caribbean surface temperatures in the North Atlantic combined islands. We started looking at the records
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 2001
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