Because of climate change in Indonesia in 2012, has experienced more cyclones than it was a few years ago. Meteorologists believe that
in the future
this trend will intensify.
Press secretary of the Agency for disaster mitigation Sutopo Purva Juvonen said: "Global warming leads to more intense formation of cumulonimbus clouds that trigger the formation of a larger number of cyclones." Mr Sutopo argues that natural disasters of 1200, borne by Indonesians annually, 36% are the sole responsibility of cyclones.
Peak cyclogenesis Indonesian meteorologists expected in March-April. Other consequences of global warming in the Agency for Disaster Mitigation call floods, landslides, droughts, tsunamis, and wildfires. Do not forget about the fact that Indonesia is a country of so-called "Ring of Fire", which means high risk volcanoes these places.