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This South Atlantic Hurricane developed from an extratropical
cyclone that emerged off the Coast of
Space satellites, however, gathered a great deal of data.
"NOAA polar orbiting satellites
The TRMM spacecraft, a joint mission of NASA and the Japanese
space agency, flew over
"This whole episode highlights the advantages of satellites
for hurricane studies,
But a problem remains...what to call them?
The World Meteorological Organization
South Atlantic hurricanes need names. Somebody somewhere, probably, is making a list.
Is it possible that there have been many more Tropical
Cyclones such as Hurricane Catarina
Reference for the following comes from http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/pastdeadly.shtml
The legacies of Atlantic tropical cyclones span many cultures
and thousands of years. Early
Many storms left important marks on regional history. In
1609, a fleet of ships carrying
In several incidents, tropical cyclones destroyed otherwise
invincible colonial armadas (Millas
Surviving quantitative documentation about specific storms
generally begins late in the 15th
The United States maintains "Monthly
Weather Review Atlantic Annual Summaries"
Now, back to the question..."Is it possible that there
have been many more Tropical
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