SUPER TYPHOONS TIED TO GLOBAL WARMING.At this educational YT video, by BLUE GLOBE CHANNEL, learn what energizes typhoons & super typhoons (e.g. warm oceans & wind stalls) and explains why cyclones, typhoons, & hurricanes (same type storms, labelled differently by region) spiral around, caused by Earth's movement on its axis.
Per James P. Kossin, NOAA Hurricane Expert & Co-author of a June 2018 study, titled,
"A global slow-down of tropical-cyclone translation speed"
"global warming makes the global atmospheric circulation slow down."
From a Separate Sept. 2019 Article
Why Are Hurricanes Like Dorian Stalling, and Is Global Warming Involved?
we can understand how STALLED STORMS are tied to global warming, by studying different mechanisms in the tropics and mid-latitudes. Per James P. Kossin, NOAA Hurricane Expert & Co-author of the June 2018 study, "global warming makes the global atmospheric circulation slow down," Kossin explained how some scientists are in agreement that "the overall slowing of winds is at least partly due to rapid warming of the Arctic." The temperature differences in the Arctic and the equator fuel winds. As the Arctic warms faster than lower latitudes, the contrast in temperatures decreases, but so are wind speeds.
Kossin continues, "Tropical translation speed has decreased globally by 10 per cent over the period 1949–2016... the increase in tropical cyclones stalling is a global trend" with magnitudal variations by region considered consistent with "expected changes in atmospheric circulation forced by anthropogenic emissions."
SummaryBasically, studies reveal jet stream changes, wind stalls being associated with the Arctic & Equator's contrasting temps, humans equated with global warming effecting the Artic meltdown,... all of which are fueling super storms in our seas.
(chiefly of environmental pollution and pollutants) originating in human activity)
(Learn also at this video about the deadly typhoon that hit Asia 2013, with 7500 fatalities).
These highlights provided by DPearce © 2019.
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