Relationship between Climate Change and Hurricanes Name: Institutional Affiliation Relationship between Climate Change and Hurricanes Climate change and Global warming are a real threat to the existence of human beings in the world. In fact the threat posed by global warming is more dangerous than even nuclear weapons. There are various risks associated with climate change that needs to be solved before the whole human race is destroyed. Though it is clear that global warming leads to increased temperature increase in desserts flactauting rainfall and floods people are now wondering with hurricanes are linked to globl warming. This articles examines any link between global warming and hurricanes activities. Moreover the artcile investigates the human activities linked to hurrican activities. Most people wonder if human activities have incrteased global warming and whether global warming causes hurricanes. There is no scientific proof or research that indicate global warming has previously affected the link between global warming and the horrific impacts of hurricanes. The future of this generation and the next and the impact of future hurricanes depends on what the current generation do to minimize global warming. Hurricane aside global warming is menace that has already left dent on the world. There is need for a future research to investigate the exact impact of global warming on the intensity frequency and strength of hurricanes. Such research should also provide mitigation for reduction of hurricane intensity frequency and destruction along the coastal lines (Holland& Bruyère 2014). References Holland G. & Bruyère C. L. (2014). Recent intense hurricane response to global climate change. Climate Dynamics 42(3) 617-627. doi:10.1007/s00382-013-1713-0 Van Aalst M. K. (2006). The impacts of climate change on the risk of natural disasters. Disasters 30(1) 5-18. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9523.2006.00303.x The U.S. Global Change Research Institute. (2014 May). Climate Change. Retrieved from GlobalChange.gov: http://www.globalchange.gov/climate-change [...]
I need a rough draft for a research paper explaining how climate change is contributing to the increase of hurricanes. The maximum page requirement is 5 pages but can be shorter if there is a valid argument is given with integration of the 2 peer-reviewed scientific journals and 1 reputable website source (All of the 3 sources are provided). In the attached files is the research paper guidelines the most important information in that file under the "Research Paper - minimum requirements and guidelines." The 2 peer-reviewed sources are provided in a pdf and the reputable website source can be found in the Annotated Bibliography file which I also provided to show how the sources I chose are intended to be used in the research paper. This is not an English course and the Research Paper Guidelines does not specify whether this should be an MLA or APA paper, rather it just specifies for there to be 3 sections to the paper, introduction, discussion, and conclusion. Please take a look at the research paper guidelines for more instructions on the layout of the paper. Lastly, this is a freshman/sophomore level course so i do not expect a perfect paper! In fact, i would be content with an 80+ grade and i do want the rough draft to have some areas that could be improved so that a final paper cant be drawn from it later on. Biology is not my best subject so that is why i dont want there to be a perfect A+ written paper, which should make it a bit easier for the writer. On a side note, please change title of paper if there could be any improvement. If there are any questions please feel free to ask me.