Hurricane Intensity

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In all of the models and predictions of future hurricane activity examined, the influence of rainpower on hurricane intensity was never mentioned or considered. Although the ways in which rain might affect future hurricane intensity are not well understood and there have been very few studies conducted on the subject, it is a factor that should be considered in future models and forecasts for the future of hurricane intensity because of its large influence on hurricane intensity. The effect of rainpower is actually a negative feedback loop, as increased sea surface temperatures cause more water vapour, which leads to more rain, and consequently lessens hurricane intensity. Sabuwala et al (2015) used tailored versions of the Carnot-heat-engine
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