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NOWCAST i^t i 200 5 HURRICANE SEASON along with Hurricanes Dennis, tumultuous and record-shattering BLOWS AWAY RECORDS Katrina, and Rita for the most ma- 2005 hurricane season. So many records were rewritten jor hurricanes hitting the United States in a single season (previous during the 2005 hurricane season ERUPTING VOLCANOES TIED TO that it was almost hard to keep record: three, most recently set in SEA LEVELS 2004). In the same week, the 22d track. In late October, when the Scientists recently discovered season should have been wind- named storm of the season formed, a connection between volcanic breaking 1933's record of 21 for the ing down and after two immense eruptions and sea level changes that indicates ocean expansion caused by global warming could MORE 2005 HURRICANE SEASON RECORDS be tempered. The researchers say • Most storms in a single season (26).* that gases and other debris re- • First time on record that tw o hurricanes reached category 5 strength in leased into the stratosphere after the Gulf of Mexico in the same season. eruptions act as a shield to solar • Highest storm surge fro m an Atlantic hurricane (Katrina—a t least 28 ft). radiation and lead http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-87.1.9
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i^t i 200 5 HURRICANE SEASON along with Hurricanes Dennis, tumultuous and record-shattering BLOWS AWAY RECORDS Katrina, and Rita for the most ma- 2005 hurricane season. So many records were rewritten jor hurricanes hitting the United States in a single season (previous during the 2005 hurricane season ERUPTING VOLCANOES TIED TO that it was almost hard to keep record: three, most recently set in SEA LEVELS 2004). In the same week, the 22d track. In late October, when the Scientists recently discovered season should have been wind- named storm of the season formed, a connection between volcanic breaking 1933's record of 21 for the ing down and after two immense eruptions and sea level changes that indicates ocean expansion caused by global warming could MORE 2005 HURRICANE SEASON RECORDS be tempered. The researchers say • Most storms in a single season (26).* that gases and other debris re- • First time on record that tw o hurricanes reached category 5 strength in leased into the stratosphere after the Gulf of Mexico in the same season. eruptions act as a shield to solar • Highest storm surge fro m an Atlantic hurricane (Katrina—a t least 28 ft). radiation and lead

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jan 1, 2006

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