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Increased typhoon activity in the Pacific deep tropics driven by Little Ice Age circulation changes

James Bramante, Murray Ford, Paul Kench, Andrew D. Ashton, Michael Toomey, Richard M. Sullivan, Kristopher B. Karnauskas, Caroline C. Ummenhofer & Jeffrey P. Donnelly
The instrumental record reveals that tropical cyclone activity is sensitive to oceanic and atmospheric variability on inter-annual and decadal scales. However, our understanding of climate’s influence on tropical cyclone behavior is restricted by the short historical record and sparse prehistorical reconstructions, particularly in the western North Pacific where coastal communities suffer loss of life and livelihood from typhoons annually. Here we reconstruct three millennia of deep tropical North Pacific cyclogenesis and compare with other records...

Medicaid Waiver Dataset: Coverage for Childless Adults 1996 – 2014

Marguerite Burns & Laura Dague

Registration Year

  • 2020
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Resource Types

  • Dataset
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Affiliations

  • Texas A&M University – Central Texas
    2
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison
    1
  • Simon Fraser University
    1
  • United States Geological Survey
    1
  • University of Auckland
    1
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
    1
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    1