Hurricanes and tropical storms kill or damage, on average, about 97 million trees per year. Regions shown in red experience tropical-storm–strength winds about once every three years; those colored green suffer such storm-related winds, on average, less than once each century.
Credit: MAP: Zeng et al.
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