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A large-scale closed circulation atmospheric system that develops above the western Pacific Ocean with low barometric pressure and strong winds—64+ knots/hour—that rotate clockwise in the southern hemisphere and counter-clockwise in the northern hemisphere
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Mei's team compared the formation of over 850 historical typhoons.
Manila: More than one million people have been affected by Typhoon Hagupit, a grade four storm that has killed at least 27 people in central Philippines, with aid agencies warning that hundreds of thousands were left without food or homes.
The trials were conducted by a joint industry and RAF team from Typhoon aircraft BT017 equipped with the very latest Phase 1 Enhancements package (P1Eb).
Probability Typhoon Model … A model that assesses the uncertainty (scattering) of a frequency of passage of typhoons by generating numerous events, which include rarely‐occurred typhoons as well as typhoons with unprecedented route and intensity, through random simulation.
We test whether opportunistic fraud exists for each of 10 typhoons, which resulted in more than 800 millimeters of cumulative rainfall.
Moved by the plight of the Philippines typhoon victims, Firoz Merchant, Chairman of Pure Gold Jewellers recently met with Consul General Frank Cimafranca and donated $50,000 to the typhoon victims.
13, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Plan International has launched a global appeal for $25 million to support the immediate needs of the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
The possibility of an increase in violent typhoons cannot be ruled out, Xinhua news reported.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Philippines government on Monday reported that the death toll from typhoon Bopha (local name Pablo) has climbed to 647.
Tokyo, Dhu-AlQa'dah 15, 1433, Oct 1, 2012, SPA -- The typhoon Jelawat, which is raging off the Japanese island Hokkaido, heads to the Kurile Islands.
Typhoon Nesat pummeled the Philippines' main island of Luzon on Tuesday, destroying many houses, felling trees, cutting power, and suspending work and classes in the capital Manila.
Information about past typhoons that affected Taiwan was collected from the website of the Taiwan Meteorological Bureau (http:// photino.