Towards a climate theory of tropical cyclone formation
Grant number: DP150102272 | Funding period: 2015 - 2018
In Earth's current climate, about 80 to 90 tropical cyclones form every year around the globe, but the reasons why cyclones form at this rate are unknown. This project will use a combination of theoretical techniques and numerical simulation to elucidate the links between large-scale climate and the rate of tropical cyclone formation. A series of climate model experiments will be performed that also have the potential to improve confidence in our predictions of tropical cyclone incidence in a future, changed climate.
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HURRICANES AND CLIMATE The US CLIVAR Working Group on Hurricanes
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