Five Deadliest Bay Of Bengal Cyclones Occurred With CO2 Below 350 PPM

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Weather Extremes : Cyclone Phailin | Weather Underground

The deadliest one in 1970 was blamed on global cooling at the time.

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One Response to Five Deadliest Bay Of Bengal Cyclones Occurred With CO2 Below 350 PPM

  1. tom0mason says:

    It is hardly surprising that Bangladesh has problems with flooding as they have (with Soviet assistance) –
    Built huge dams across their rivers.
    Altered some of the mountain profiles.
    Altered the water courses of all the main rivers.
    Introduce huge hydrological schemes to irrigate huge rice paddies, and other agricultural developments.
    Reclaimed vast amounts of residential land from the Bay of Bengal.

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