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   dcterms:title "Category 4 and 5 Hurricane Formation: Now and in the Future"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "These maps show computer-simulated tracks and intensities of hurricanes reaching Categories 4 and 5 (intensity based on wind speeds ranging from TS for tropical storm strength up to Category 1 through Category 5 hurricanes). The top panels show hurricane tracks from two different models under current climate conditions (1980–2006). The bottom panels show projections from the same models but for late-21st century (2081–2100) conditions, both under the lower scenario (RCP4.5). These projections show an increase in the frequency of Category 4 and 5 hurricanes, with a higher tendency of these storms to shift towards the Gulf of Mexico, Florida, and the Caribbean (as opposed to remaining in the open Atlantic Ocean). Source: adapted from Knutson et al. 2013.{{< tbib '25' 'd6bd92ad-67ef-4df7-aca9-68944523e863' >}} ©American Meteorological Society. Used with permission."^^xsd:string;
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