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Les Hatton

2016a

Dataset used in Hurricane Frequency and Intensity analysis -2015

WEBData_Hurricanes_1946-2015.zip

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Updated datasets from http://weather.unisys.com/hurricane/ along with a .gnu file to plot them all.

To reproduce them, just download the excellent gnuplot, download and unzip the zip file and run

# gnuplot hurricane.gnu

After being in decline since around 1992, the total number of reported storms (Tropical Storms + Hurricanes + Major Hurricanes) in 2015 grew to its highest since 1977 when consistent worldwide records began. This is primarily due to a very strong rise in both the Western and Eastern Pacific regions and may well be related to the strong El Nino event in progress.8

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