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Cyclone Amphan arrived in eastern India. The government of West Bengal and Odisha had to evacuate more than 6,000 people from vulnerable areas due to the cyclone.
Experts now say the occurrence of such intense cyclones is due to global warming and hot sea surface temperatures. Tropical cyclones over the past four decades have brought destruction around the globe. A study on the occurrence of tropical cyclones confirmed that, with the rise in ocean temperatures, more of these events would occur in the future, he said. The Guardian.
Scientists, analyzing satellite data from 1979 to 2017, found that destructive cyclones increased in number during that period. These cyclones bring winds at a speed of about 185 km / h.
The study, published in the journal The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was carried out by scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the US government.
The study found that the likelihood of a cyclone providing wind speeds in excess of 185 km / h increased by about 15% in the 39 years.
"The research suggests that the sign of climate change in the data is already potentially emerging and this is something that climate scientists have been saying for some time," said Hamish Ramsay, a senior scientist at CSIRO who studies cyclones.
A report published in The Tribune it also says that global warming is making these cyclones more powerful over time.
If the emission of greenhouse gases is not reduced, the world's coastal population will withstand the impact of typhoons or hurricanes, according to environmentalist Soumya Dutta.
Due to global warming and climate change, the occurrence of such storms has increased by more than 250% in 40 years.
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