Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Extreme Weather

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Philip John Sallis
Philip John Sallis

Auckland University of Technology,
New Zealand

Published29 August 2018

Doi10.5772/intechopen.72136

ISBN978-1-78923-613-2

Print ISBN978-1-78923-612-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83881-656-8

Copyright year2018

Number of pages152

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Open access  chapters

3. The Highest Geomagnetic Storms of the Solar Cycle Observed at Ground Level

By Carlos E. Navia, Marcel N. de Oliveira and Carlos R. A. Augusto

1,254
4
1,395
7
5. Extreme Weather Events in Ukraine: Occurrence and Changes

By Vira Balabukh, Olena Lavrynenko, Volodymyr Bilaniuk, Andriy Mykhnovych and Olha Pylypovych

1,190
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6. Heat Waves: Health Effects, Observed Trends and Climate Change

By Martínez-Austria Polioptro F and Bandala Erick R.

1,465
4

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