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Abstract Recently documented trends in the existing records of hurricane intensity and their relationship to increasing sea surface temperatures suggest that hurricane intensity may be increasing due to global warming. However, it is presently being argued that the existing global hurricane records are too inconsistent to accurately measure trends. As a first step in addressing this debate, we constructed a more homogeneous global record of hurricane intensity and found that previously documented trends in some ocean basins are well supported, but in others the existing records contain trends that may be inflated or spurious.
Accession Number 125
Author Kossin, J.P. K.R. Knapp D.J. Vimont R.J. Murnane B.A. Harper
Author Address Kossin, JP (reprint author), Univ Wisconsin, Cooperat Inst Meteorol Satellite Studies, Madison, WI 53706 USA; Univ Wisconsin, Cooperat Inst Meteorol Satellite Studies, Madison, WI 53706 USA; NOAA, Natl Climat Data Ctr, Asheville, NC 28801 USA; Univ Wisconsin, Dept Atmospher & Ocean Sci, Madison, WI 53706 USA; Bermuda Inst Ocean Sci, Risk Predict Initiat, Garrett Pk, MD 20896 USA; Syst Engn Australia Pty Ltd, Bridgeman Downs, Qld 4035, Australia
DOI 10.1029/2006GL028836
Date FEB 28 2007
ISSN 1944-8007
Issue 4
Journal Geophysical Research Letters
Keywords TROPICAL CYCLONES; INTENSITY; INCREASE
Language English
Pages L04815
Title A globally consistent reanalysis of hurricane variability and trends
URL http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2007/2006GL028836.shtml
Volume 34
Year 2007
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_chapter ["Ch. 2: Our Changing Climate FINAL","Appendix 3: Climate Science FINAL"]
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