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Tropical Cyclones: Their Evolution,…
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Tropical Cyclones: Their Evolution, Structure and Effects (Meteorological… (1982)

by Richard A. Anthes

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"Then up and spake an old sailor,
had sailed the Spanish Main,
'I pray thee, put into yonder port,
for I fear a hurricane.
Last night the moon had a golden ring,
and tonight no moon we see!'
The skipper, he blew a whiff from his pipe
and a scornful laugh laughed he."

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Conceived over warm tropical oceans, born amid torrential thundershowers, and nurtured by water vapor drawn inward from far away, the mature tropical cyclone is an offspring of the atmosphere with both negative and positive consequences for life.
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