Saffir-Simpson scale is used to measure ...

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Officially, the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale is used only to describe hurricanes forming in the Atlantic Ocean and northern Pacific Ocean east of the International Date Line. Other areas use different scales to label these storms, which are called "cyclones" or "typhoons", depending on the area.
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Shock wave at nuclear explosion
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flagAustralia
6%
12%
78%
3%
33
flagGreece
0%
25%
50%
18%
16
flagRepublic of Ireland
9%
45%
45%
0%
11
flagthe Netherlands
8%
25%
41%
25%
12
flagPoland
9%
35%
36%
18%
2104
flagAustria
21%
25%
36%
12%
47
flagSwitzerland
30%
20%
30%
20%
10
flagPakistan
10%
60%
30%
0%
10
flagthe United States
13%
45%
29%
9%
61
flagthe United Kingdom
13%
37%
25%
20%
43
flagIndia
11%
51%
24%
10%
102
flagGermany
12%
43%
16%
25%
148