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Intensity and Frequency of Low-Latitude Tropical Cyclones to Increase in North Indian Ocean

 

 

 

 

The intensity and frequency of tropical cyclones are expected to increase in the north Indian Ocean, warns a study led by an international team of scientists including those from India.

Tropical cyclones do not form easily near the equator but can intensify rapidly, leaving little time for preparation.

In the study, the team from Kochi’s Cochin University of Science and Technology, as well as from Canada and the US, investigated the number of near-equatorial (originating between 5 degrees N and 11 degrees N) tropical cyclones over the north Indian Ocean during the post-monsoon season (October to December) over the past 60 years.

More on : https://weather.com/en-IN/india/news/news/2023-08-29-study-highlights-increasing-intensity-of-tropical-cyclones-in-indian

 

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Intensity and Frequency of Low-Latitude Tropical Cyclones to Increase in North Indian Ocean