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Hurricanes: Science and Society
Projections of Future Hurricane Activity - References, Additional Links, and Resources
References
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Additional Links on HSS
Additional Resources
  • (video), "The Hurricane-Climate Connection (narrated by K. Emanuel)." (Link)
  • Hayden, T., 2006, "Super Storms." National Geographic Magazine.(Link)
  • Pielke, R. A., C. Landsea, M. Mayfield, J. Laver, and R. Pasch, 2005, "Hurricanes and global warming - Potential linkages and consequences." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 86, 1571-1575.
  • Thomas R. Knutson, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL), "Global Warming and Hurricanes." (Link)