Pollution To Blame For Rising Intensity Of Arabian Sea Cyclones

redOrbit: A recent increase in the intensity of Arabian Sea cyclones may be the result of increasing air pollution over the Indian sub-continent, according to a new multi-institutional study. Traditionally, prevailing wind shear patterns prohibit cyclones in the Arabian Sea from becoming major storms. However, the study suggests that weakening winds have enabled the formation of stronger cyclones in recent years - including storms in 2007 and 2010 that were the first recorded storms to enter the Gulf of......

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