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American Meteorological Society
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NE W DISCOVERY IN The researchers believe their has been connected to the age FORECASTIN G TROPICAL new model will expand atmospheric o f stratospheric air, and many CYCLONE S modeling down to local and regional climate models have shown an Computational limitations have scales and enhance the study of increase in the rate at which air is generally hindered the accuracy tropical cyclone development and transported from the troposphere of forecasting the development growth, as well as other weather and to the stratosphere that coincides and long-term movement of tropi- climate activity. (SOURCE: University with the recent increase in global cal cyclones, but a new computer of Hawaii at Manoa) temperatures. Now a new study model has successfully replicated in Nature Geoscience reveals the actual cyclones that arose in the A REVALUATION OF UPPER- rate of transpor t has actually de- Indian Ocean in 2006 and 2007. creased during this period. ATMOSPHERI C TRANSPORT The new development could have A n increase in atmospheric Utilizing records taken world- great implications for researchers greenhouse gases has been found wide over the last 30 years from studying the evolution of tropical to coincide with a change in weather balloon measurements

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2009

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