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Pole

A unit of area equivalent to 1/320th of one square mile.
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2015), but if confirmed, would suggest this is a true poleward range expansion rather than a temporary shift (Parmesan et al.
The models of climate change predict that, if average global temperatures rise by 4[degrees]F over the next 100 years, storms will deviate poleward from their present tracks by two degrees of latitude.
The downward mass fluxes in the two hemispheres are integrated poleward from the turnaround latitudes in both hemispheres.
A combination of these factors has been suggested to explain the recent poleward contraction of snow crab distribution in the Bering Sea (Orensanz et al.
According to Emanuel, ocean temperatures of 28-30[degrees]C are 'ideal for the genesis of tropical cyclones and as that belt migrates poleward, which surely it must as the whole ocean warms, the tropical cyclone genesis regions might just move with it.'
Kerry Emmanuel, James Kossin and Gabriel Vecchi say that tropical storms, between 1982 and 2012, surged poleward: three miles per decade in the Northern Hemisphere and 38 miles per decade in the Southern Hemisphere.
This march away from the equator was not seen in the Atlantic, although hurricanes have registered increases in average intensity due to factors that may be counteracting the poleward trend seen elsewhere, the researchers said.
Washington, May 15 ( ANI ): A new study suggests that the intensity of tropical cyclones is shifting poleward.
The California Current turns shoreward (poleward) at approximately 32[degrees]N and becomes the California Countercurrent.
Autism is more common in areas of impaired UVB penetration such as poleward latitudes, urban areas, areas with high air pollution, and areas of high precipitation.
Chapters chart what will happen when 'environmental refugees' travel poleward as southern conditions worsen, consider social and economic upheaval, and analyze measures that can be taken now to assure social structures are maintained.
Wind stress anomalies along the coast were offshore and poleward, and satellite measured fluorescence was high in the shelf zone leeward of the two upwelling plumes (Figure 2(e)).