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This quantity within the long term Ecological learn community sequence could current the paintings that has been performed and the certainty and database which were constructed via paintings on weather swap performed in any respect the LTER websites. international weather swap is a critical factor dealing with the area, that's being labored on by means of a really huge variety of scientists throughout a variety of fields. The LTER websites carry the superior to be had info measuring long-term affects and alterations within the surroundings, and the study performed at those websites has no longer formerly been made greatly to be had to the wider weather swap study group. This e-book should still allure kind of commonly outdoor the ecological neighborhood, and since it pulls jointly info from all 20 examine websites, it may seize the curiosity of just about the complete LTER study group.
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Primary sources cited in Ludlum (1963) were consulted wherever possible. Our analysis of temporal variation in New England hurricanes was based on 52 hurricanes whose maximum actual wind damage in the study region equaled or exceeded F1. At a seasonal scale, 90% of such hurricanes (and all hurricanes that caused F3 damage) occurred during the months of August, September, and October. About 30% of these storms occurred in October and November, during or after leaf senescence in New England, when deciduous trees are much less likely to suffer wind damage.