1 edition of Bibliography on hurricanes and severe storms of the coastal plains region. found in the catalog.
Bibliography on hurricanes and severe storms of the coastal plains region.
1970 by Coastal Plains Center for Marine Development Services in Washington .
Written in English
|Series||Publication / Coastal Plains Center for Marine Development Services ; 70-2, Publication (Coastal Plains Center for Marine Development Services) -- 70-2.|
|Contributions||Coastal Plains Center for Marine Development Services.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 71 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Greening, Holly, Peter Doering, and Catherine Corbett. “Hurricane Impacts on Coastal Ecosystems.” Estuaries and Coasts (): JSTOR. Web. 10 Feb. This source also discusses hurricanes in general and their impact on ecosystems– which could be a scientific and/or social topic.
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Spectacular black & white and color photographs, maps, satellite images, and weather. In this panoramic work of social history, Stuart Schwartz examines how Caribbean societies have responded to the dangers of hurricanes, and how these destructive storms have influenced the region’s history, from the rise of plantations, to slavery and its abolition, to migrations, racial conflict, and war.
Catastrophic Coastal Storms Hazard Mitigation and Development Management. Share. Duke Press Policy Studies. More about this series. Up until the early s, tropical storms and hurricanes were tracked by year and the order in which each one occurred during that year.
In time, it was recognized that people remembered shorter names more easily. Ina new approach was taken and storms were named in alphabetical order by female name. Sea of Storms: A History of Hurricanes in the Greater Caribbean from Columbus to Katrina (The Lawrence Stone Lectures) - Kindle edition by Schwartz, Stuart B.
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The southern naturalist Lionel Chalmers suggested in that hurricanes increased rainfall and purified the air, and that a lack of storms over an extended period was a "great misfortune" to residents (Chalmers, An Account of the Weather and Diseases of South Carolina, p.
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The text explains how and why hurricanes form, how forecasters and weather professionals predict and describe tropical storms, and briefly discusses some famous hurricanes in history.
Simon carefully balances the fascination factor with realistic information about the damage that hurricanes create, ending the book with hurricane safety tips. In the Coastal Plains, it is hot, damp, and humid.
Tornadoes and hurricanes occur mostly in the Gulf Coastal Plains than in either of the other regions. This region gets from inches of rain per year. Vegetation. In the Costal Plains, there are prairies, woods, and forests. It has great soil for planting and farming along the rivers, the.
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At the time of the preparation of this report, just over 26 years have passed since a prolonged series of back-to-back Pacific storms whose origins were deeply rooted in the subtropics below Hawaii.
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New York: Putnam, Zebrowski, Ernest. Maria formed from an African easterly wave that moved across the tropical Atlantic Ocean during the week of September 10 th to September 17 th, It was not until PM AST ( UTC) on September 16 th, that its convective organization improved that the NHC classified the system as a tropical depression about miles east-southeast of the Lesser Antilles.
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