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Wei Mei, Shang-Ping Xie, and Ming Zhao

Gulf of Mexico and South China Sea compared to observations. Fig . 1. Global TC genesis (black dots) and tracks (green curves) between 1979 and 2008 from (a) observations and (b) one realization using the 25-km-resolution version of HiRAM. Note that several TCs over the South Atlantic and medicanes over the Mediterranean Sea (e.g., Emanuel 2005b ) are not shown. The simulated climatological TC numbers in each individual basin (i.e., the NA, the eastern North Pacific, the western North Pacific, the

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Michael Horn, Kevin Walsh, Ming Zhao, Suzana J. Camargo, Enrico Scoccimarro, Hiroyuki Murakami, Hui Wang, Andrew Ballinger, Arun Kumar, Daniel A. Shaevitz, Jeffrey A. Jonas, and Kazuyoshi Oouchi

, sea level pressure (SLP), sea surface temperature (SST), and measures of the warm core such as wind speed and temperature anomalies vary widely among tracking schemes. Little previous work has directly addressed the potential significance of tracking scheme differences in analyzing responses in TC activity in climate models. However, some previous studies have examined the sensitivities of their detection numbers to threshold values within a single scheme. Li et al. (2013) find little

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