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Increasing hurricane intensity around Bermuda linked to rising ocean temperatures

Sat, 13 Feb 2021 22:21:00 +0100sciencedaily (en)

Hurricanes intensify by extracting energy from the warm ocean surface via air-sea heat fluxes, so a warmer ocean can lead to more intense hurricanes. Improving predictions of wind speeds from hurricanes will help determine the right level of response in advance of the storm and potentially limit the resulting damage in Bermuda.

Hurricane intensity near Bermuda has doubled in 60 years

Sat, 13 Feb 2021 02:12:00 +0100earth (en)

The maximum wind speeds of hurricanes near Bermuda have more than doubled over the last six decades as a result of rising ocean temperatures, according to a new study from the University of Southampton . Hurricanes pull energy from the ocean’s surface, and warmer waters are now fueling more intense....

Increasing Hurricane Intensity Around Bermuda Linked To Rising Ocean Temperatures

Sat, 13 Feb 2021 00:30:00 +0100eurasiareview (en)

Hurricanes intensify by extracting energy from the warm ocean surface via air-sea heat fluxes, so a warmer ocean can lead to more intense hurricanes. Improving predictions of wind speeds from hurricanes will help determine the right level of response in advance of the storm and potentially limit the resulting damage in Bermuda.

Increasing hurricane intensity around Bermuda linked to rising ocean temperatures

Fri, 12 Feb 2021 17:42:00 +0100eurekalert (en)

New research shows that hurricane maximum wind speeds in the subtropical Atlantic around Bermuda have more than doubled on average over the last 60 years due to rising ocean temperatures in the region. Hurricanes intensify by extracting energy from the warm ocean surface via air-sea heat fluxes, so....

Increasing hurricane intensity around Bermuda linked to rising ocean temperatures

Fri, 12 Feb 2021 12:04:00 +0100miragenews (en)

Satellite image of Hurricane Humberto, west of Bermuda, Sept 2019. Photo: NOAA/Handout via Reuters. New research shows that hurricane maximum wind speeds in the subtropical Atlantic around Bermuda have more than doubled on average over the last 60 years due to rising ocean temperatures in the region.

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