Arctic is hit with 1,900 cyclones a year, study finds

12/18/2013 | Discovery

There are about 1,900 cyclones in the Arctic on an annual basis, and the turbulence they cause may be reducing the amount of sea ice in the area, research shows. "We now know there were more cyclones than previously thought, simply because we've gotten better at detecting them," said researcher David Bromwich, a geography professor at Ohio State University.

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