Terrible hurricanes could wreak havoc around the world, experts say

Terrible hurricanes could wreak havoc around the world, experts say
Connecticut: A global team of environmentalists has warned that in the current century, not only will the annual number and intensity of severe hurricanes (hurricanes and typhoons) increase, but they will spread to most parts of the world and cause widespread destruction.

The study, published in the latest issue of the research journal Nature Geoscience, examines the potential for hurricanes in the current century, using information available about the Earth’s millions of years old ecological past, modern meteorological data and models.

While the analysis once again proves that human activities really play a major role in the recent climate change, it also reveals that the annual number and intensity of hurricanes are gradually increasing with the passage of time.
In addition, it is important to note that in the past, most hurricanes (hurricanes / typhoons) have been coming to the equator and adjacent areas, but now they are slowly moving north and south. ۔

After hitting the coast, these storms travel hundreds of kilometers on land, whereas in the past they could rarely go that far on land.

Future hurricanes are expected to intensify in the north, threatening cities including New York, Boston, Beijing and Tokyo, which are currently experiencing fewer hurricanes.

In addition to the equator, rising north-south storms are evidence that extreme heat is no longer confined to or near the equator, but extends to places far (north or south) from the equator. Are located in the direction of) and are considered “cold areas”.

Experts warn that such storms have already begun: Hurricane Alpha, which wreaked havoc on Portuguese soil, and Hurricane Henry, which reached the US state of Connecticut, were both far away from the equator.

The arrival of these storms indicates that the potential catastrophe that experts are fearful of has already begun.


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