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Hurricane Matthew (2016) and its impact under global warming scenarios
Description: A coupled atmosphere-ocean model was used to study the impact of future ocean warming, both at and below the water surface, on hurricane track and intensity and the associated coastal storm surge and inundation. A strong Saffir-Simpson Category-5 hurricane, Hurricane Matthew made landfall on the South Carolina (SC) coast of the United States (US) in September 2016 and was used as the study case. [Source: Modeling Earth Systems and Environment]
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Source: Modeling Earth Systems and Environment
Publish Date: 2/7/2018
Reading Level: Expert
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