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The climate and diseases of the gulf coast of the Florida peninsula

by John P. Wall

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Published by S. C., Printed by H. P. Cooke & co. in Charleston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Climate,
  • Medical geography

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA807.F6 W2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcover-title, 16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25336797M
    LC Control Number06029790

    Gulf Stream, warm ocean current flowing in the North Atlantic northeastward off the North American coast between Cape Hatteras, N.C., U.S., and the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, Can. In popular conception the Gulf Stream also includes the Florida Current (between the Straits of Florida and Cape. Due to natural climate warming since the last glacial maximum (~20, years ago), sea level has risen to its modern position. Today, as climate warming accelerates, sea levels will continue to rise and the coast of Florida is expected to retreat inland further (Church et al. ). References. Bryant, J. D., B. J. Macfadden, and P. A. Mueller.

    Climate of Florida Physical Features- Most of Florida consists of a low, mile long peninsula, part of the nation’s southeastern coastal plain which runs from Texas to Virginia. Although the highest elevation in Florida is only feet above sea level, there is considerable local relief along its. The Gulf Stream, the warm current that brings the east coast of Florida the mixed blessings of abundant swordfish, mild winters and stronger hurricanes, maybe weakening because of climate change.

    On top of a new, heightened population of mosquitoes, climate change brings an added concern: that new preponderance of mosquitoes could be especially dangerous if pathogens – tropical viruses – are able to move north and firmly establish themselves in Mississippi and all along the Gulf Coast, in the balmy region that stretches from Florida.   Marine life along the Gulf of Mexico is not doing well. Vast numbers of oysters, blue crabs, shrimp, and fin fish off coastal Louisiana, Mississippi and bays of .


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The climate and diseases of the gulf coast of the Florida peninsula by John P. Wall Download PDF EPUB FB2

In much of Florida, the climate is sub-tropical, with mild winters (but subject to short cold spells) and hot, sunnyfrom June to September, is also muggy and with frequent thunderstorms. In the far south, where Miami is located, the climate is tropical, since the average temperature in January reaches 20 °C (68 °F).

A recent study projected the impacts of climate change on extreme heat event attributable deaths in the United States, including projections for numerous Gulf Coast cities: Jacksonville, Tampa and Miami, Florida, New Orleans, Louisiana, San Antonio, Dallas and Houston, Texas and Birmingham, Alabama.

By the end of the twenty-first century, all Cited by: What Climate Change. Means for. Florida. Rising Seas and Retreating Shores. Along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of Florida, the land surface is also. sinking. If the oceans and atmosphere continue to warm, sea level along the Florida coast is likely to rise one to four feet in the next century.

Rising sea level submerges wetlands and dry land. The Florida peninsula provides a disturbing preview of the kind of creepy-crawly climate-change horrors that will plague America’s future.

Among them: tropical disease-carrying mosquitoes and. The climate of Florida is tempered by the fact that no part of the state is very distant from the ocean. North of Lake Okeechobee, the prevalent climate is humid subtropical, while coastal areas south of the lake (including the Florida Keys) have a true tropical climate.

Mean high temperatures for late July are primarily in the low 90s Fahrenheit (32–34 °C). Florida is caught between a climate change-induced sauna of extreme spring temperatures and a steam bath caused by warming oceans. The result has been record-setting heat that has turned April.

Michael E. Mann [ JOSHUA YOSPYN | Provided ]. The Florida peninsula bravely occupies the space between the warm, salty Gulf of Mexico and Gulf Stream. On one hand, the warm waters offshore are.

During the period November – January climate forecasts indicate that there is a high probability for above normal rainfall in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Islands, the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. Gulf Coast and Florida, northern South America and equatorial east Africa.

In the Florida peninsula, rainfall affects the average depth of shallow lakes, which can also affect the size of zooplankton. Effects of climate variability on cladoceran zooplankton and cyanobacteria in a shallow subtropical lake provides insight into how variability of rainfall caused by climate change could affect plankton in shallow lakes.

"In the absence of major efforts to reduce emissions and strengthen resilience, the Gulf Coast will take a massive hit," said Robert Kopp, a professor of earth and planetary sciences at Rutgers.

Gulf of Mexico, Spanish Golfo de México, partially landlocked body of water on the southeastern periphery of the North American continent. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the Straits of Florida, running between the peninsula of Florida and the island of Cuba, and to the Caribbean Sea by the Yucatán Channel, which runs between the Yucatán Peninsula and Cuba.

Sea-Level Rise in Florida: Science, Impacts and Options by Albert C. Hine, Don P. Chambers, Tonya D. Clayton, Mark R. Hafen, and Gary T. Mitchum This book offers an in-depth examination of the cycle of sea levels in the past and the science behind the current measurements and the future projections.

That’s especially true for the Upper Peninsula, a region fortunate enough to avoid increased risks of sea level rise, drought, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires and disease.

The history of Florida can be traced to when the first Native Americans began to inhabit the peninsula as early as 14, years ago. They left behind artifacts and archeological evidence. Florida's written history begins with the arrival of Europeans; the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León in made the first textual records.

The state received its name from that conquistador, who called. In southwestern Florida, the East Gulf Coastal Plain extends inland to cover parts of the Big Cypress Swamp and the Everglades. The East Gulf Coastal Plain is similar to the Atlantic Coastal Plain on the other side of the Florida peninsula.

Barrier islands run along the west coast of Florida and coastal swampland extends inland. Localized effects. The Gulf Stream is influential on the climate of the Florida portion off the Florida coast, referred to as the Florida Current, maintains an average water temperature of at least 24 °C (75 °F) during the winter.

East winds moving over this warm water move warm air from over the Gulf Stream inland, helping to keep temperatures milder across the state than. Valuable and vulnerable. A t present, 1, archaeological sites are located at or below sea level in Florida.

Byup to 6, will become submerged by sea level rise. F lorida’s Big Bend region—the eastern half of the Panhandle—contains Native American archaeological sites, found from the coast to inland hills and river valleys.

They include earthen and shell mounds, and shell. Instrumental measurements of climate variables (e.g., precipitation, temperature, ocean circulation, etc.) are only available over the past century or less. In order to quantify the rate and magnitude of natural climate variability going back in time beyond the 20th century, scientists rely.

A re-energized Tropical Storm Cristobal advanced toward the U.S. Gulf Coast early Saturday, bringing with it the heavy rains that already caused flooding and mudslides in. US 98 enters Florida near Pensacola and remains close to the Gulf of Mexico coast until the Panhandle meets the Florida peninsula at the "Big Bend" area.

Unlike I to the north, which runs through the interior of the Panhandle away from the coast, US 98 provides a scenic drive and. The Gulf Coast is made of many inlets, bays, and coast is also intersected by numerous rivers, the largest of which is the Mississippi of the land along the Gulf Coast is, or was, g the Gulf Coast is the Gulf Coastal Plain, which reaches from Southern Texas to the western Florida Panhandle, while the western portions of the Gulf Coast are made up of many.Florida is made up of four geographic land areas: The Atlantic Coastal Plain, which stretches from Cape Cod, Massachusetts south and around the Florida Peninsula and the Gulf of Mexico.; The East Gulf Coastal Plain, a sub-section of the Atlantic Plain, like the Atlantic Coastal Plain, presents itself in two sections of Florida.; Florida Uplands - The Florida Uplands running about miles.

The weather system will bring heavy rain along portions of the northern Gulf Coast of the U.S. and the Florida peninsula. Cartoons on Climate the country’s leading infectious disease.