Nature article estimates Atlantic hurricanes and climate over the past 1,500 years

"Mann, working with Jonathan D. Woodruff, assistant professor of geosciences, University of Massachusetts; Jeffrey P. Donnelly, associate scientist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Zhihua Zhang, postdoctoral assistant, Penn State, reconstructed the past 1,500 years of hurricanes using two independent methods. They report their results in the Aug. 13 issue of Nature."
Nature article estimates Atlantic hurricanes and climate over the past 1,500 year

"[Micheal] Mann, working with Jonathan D. Woodruff, assistant professor of geosciences, University of Massachusetts; Jeffrey P. Donnelly, associate scientist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Zhihua Zhang, postdoctoral assistant, Penn State, reconstructed the past 1,500 years of hurricanes using two independent methods. They report their results in the Aug. 13 issue of Nature."

Nature (August 12, 2009)
"Hurricane peak not unique"

 

Other articles related to this research:

Penn State Live (August 12, 2009)
"Harbingers of increased Atlantic hurricane activity identified"

New York Times (August 13, 2009)

"Study Finds Big Storms on a 1,000-Year Rise"

NPR (August 12, 2009)

"Recent Hurricanes Not Matched Since Middle Ages"

National Science Foundation (August 12, 2009)
"Hurricane Seasons Are More Active"


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