Old shipwrecks may hold clues to hurricanes - and pirates
Ancient Spanish shipwrecks and tree-ring data have revealed an unusual low in hurricane activity during the "golden age of piracy," new research suggests.This lull in hurricanes, which occurred during the 18th and 19th centuries, may have been partly caused by a drop in sunspot activity, which reduced the solar radiation reaching the Earth, the researchers...
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