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Association of typhoon characteristics with large-scale environment over the western North Pacific
黃筱晴 , Masters Advisor：周佳;林依依
繁體中文 DOI： 10.6342/NTU.2010.01084
颱風移動速度 ； 颱風強度 ； 颱風移動方向 ； 年際變化 ； 西北太平洋 ； yphoon translation speed ； typhoon intensity ； typhoon translation direction ； interannual variation ； the Western North Pacific
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