Rifts emerge over why Arabian cyclones are strengthening

SciDevNet: People living in countries around the Arabian Sea have been exposed to tropical cyclones that have been growing in strength since 1997, and hitting the area earlier than usual -- but scientists are still debating what is driving these changes. A study published in Nature last month (20 September) challenges previous conclusions that the stronger cyclones are being driven by man-made pollution, such as aerosol and sulphate emissions. Instead, it claims, the stronger cyclones are caused by an......

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