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Hurricanes (Pacific Ocean)

Material in this section originates from the following category in our Subject Index:

Hurricanes (Pacific Ocean)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- The Role of Solar Forcing in Australian Tropical Cyclone Activity

* -- A Half Century of Tropical Cyclone High Winds in Mainland China

* -- A Reduction in Tropical Cyclone Activity over the South China Sea

* -- 35 Years of Tropical Cyclone Frequency in Japan

* -- A Three-Decade History of Australian Region Tropical Cyclones

* -- Tropical Cyclones of Australia - Is Global Warming Making them Worse?

Land-Falling Tropical Cyclones of Southern China's Guangdong Province

Ocean Heat Content Changes Induced by Tropical Cyclones

The Post-1950 Activity of Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclones

China's Tropical Cyclone Potential Impact Index

Fifty Years of Tropical Cyclones Impacting China

Tropical Cyclones Making Land-Fall Over Eastern Australia

Tropical Cyclones and Super Typhoons: Their Influence on China

Cyclones of the Tropical South Pacific

Tropical Cyclones Impacting China

Tropical Cyclone Intensity Discrepancies

Landfalling Tropical Cyclones of East Asia

Global Warming and Tropical Cyclones of the Western North Pacific

Landfalling Tropical Cyclones of the Philippines

Damaging Tropical Cyclones of China

China-Influencing Typhoons

Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclones

Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclone Trends

Australian-Region Tropical Cyclone Characteristics

An 800-Year History of Australian Tropical Cyclones

Near-Shore Tropical Cyclones of the Eastern North Pacific

Tropical Cyclones of the Western North Pacific

Intense Typhoons of the Western North Pacific

Does Global Warming Intensify Tropical Cyclones?

A Combined Observational History- and Model-Based Projection of Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclones

Intense Landfalling Tropical Cyclones of Northeast Australia

Forty-Eight Years of Tropical Cyclone Activity Over China

Recurring Large Storms of the South China Sea

Southern Hemispheric Tropical Cyclones

Western North Pacific Typhoon Activity: Model Predictions vs. Real-World Observations

Hurricane Intensity vs. Temperature

Super-Cyclone Frequency and Intensity "Down Under"

Tropical Cyclones of the Central North Pacific

A Thousand-Year Record of Typhoons in Southern China

Cyclone Frequency "Down Under"