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Charlie "Bird" Parker Analysis



Author: poem of James A. Emanuel Type: poem Views: 11

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Once Ugly Duckling,

rich plumage grew.   Poised,     Bird flew.

Flocks followed.      Me too.






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Jamaica is gorgeous. Are you stnaiyg in a particular part of the island? Have a good time, and I will keep my fingers crossed that the storms pass far away from where you are.

| Posted on 2014-03-05 | by a guest


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Jamaica is gorgeous. Are you stianyg in a particular part of the island? Have a good time, and I will keep my fingers crossed that the storms pass far away from where you are. x x

| Posted on 2014-03-04 | by a guest


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From New Scientist a pointer to new rersceah indicating that the increase in tropical storms seen thus far is within past variability as measured from coral cores. Of course this doesn't invalidate the idea that warming will cause more storms, just that we can't be sure we've seen any evidence of it yet.Coral reveals increased hurricanes may be the normThe recent increase in the number of major Atlantic hurricanes may just be a return to the norm after a period of unusually low storm frequency, say rersceahers.Johan Nyberg of the Geological Survey of Sweden and colleagues used marine sediment cores of coral samples from the northeast Caribbean to build a proxy record of wind shear and sea-surface temperatures since 1730, and from this they estimated hurricane activity since that time .

| Posted on 2014-03-03 | by a guest


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I don't have specific arnwess about specific regions, and I doubt anyone else does either as yet.It's conceivable to me that evidence of landfalling hurricanes might be hard to come by in some locations. That is, the record may be unclear.Huber's ingenious approach looks at the global scale rather than at the local scale.To me, the Brazil hurricane of a few years back and the Oman hurricane this week are at least anecdotal support for the idea that the range of tropical storms might increase. I don't know of any strong dynamical or paleoclimatological arguments that this will or won't happen, though.It's entirely possible that hurricanes in some existing tropical storm region, for instance, North Atlantic hurricanes, will decline. There are regional controls emerging from the large scale flow (wind shear, specifically) that may consistently shift to protect some region or another. What Huber is saying is about the global total, which must go up to maintain an energy balance.The news here is that tropical storms aren't just freaks of nature, but an important intrinsic part of the heat engine that maintains the climate system.

| Posted on 2014-03-03 | by a guest




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