Pollution contribute to the emergence of strong tropical cyclones

Pollution contribute to the emergence of strong tropical cyclones Scientists prove

Scientists argue that intense tropical cyclones in the Arabian Sea due to constant pollution areas. Although this statement is rather a hypothesis, scientists continue to collect data for its confirmation.

Analysis of the intensity of storms over the last 30 years found that the resultant dense haze in the atmosphere has increased tropical cyclones. The strongest of them were recorded in the period after 1998, and their duration is much greater.

Tropical cyclones in 2011

In 2011, the world came 73 tropical cyclones (TC), which is 89% of normal (82.4). This — the sixth lowest result over the past 40 years. Least TC emerged in 1991 — 61, most (103 SC) — in 1971 in the Northern Hemisphere was formed 53 TC, which is 93% of normal (57). In the Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclogenesis was even less active: here 20 tropical cyclones occurred at a rate of 25.3, below the average amount of 21%.

In most areas of the World Ocean tropical cyclogenesis activity was low. Particularly distinguished this Indian Ocean: in the northern

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