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What could be the other phrases/words with similar meaning of "as a consequence"? For example,

Temperature is increasing. As a consequence, number of cyclones are increasing due to [.......]

I would like to start another sentence just after the above sentence with exactly same meaning of "as a consequence". e.g.

As a consequence, the damages to the societal values is increasing.

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    'Therefore', 'Ergo', 'This means that', 'It can be seen that', 'Consequentially'... – marcellothearcane Jul 7 '17 at 21:08
  • "another result" perhaps ? – Tom22 Jul 7 '17 at 21:26
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    Perhaps all you mean is furthermore. Also, in the original, you have 'consequence' and 'due to,' which may be repetitious. If the cyclones are are 'a consequence' of heat, then the sentence already said they're 'due to' heat. – Yosef Baskin Jul 7 '17 at 21:44
  • @YosefBaskin.. I have used the "due to" to give a reason. For instance, as a consequence, number of cyclones are increasing due to the creation of more low pressure systems over the Ocean. Would you please suggest, is it misleading? – Kay Jul 7 '17 at 21:49
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    Two ideas: As a consequence, the number of cyclones are increasing from the creation of more low pressure systems over the ocean. The number of cyclones are increasing with the rising temperatures, due to the creation of more low pressure systems over the ocean. – Yosef Baskin Jul 7 '17 at 22:14
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Equivalent phrases include: ". . . hence",". . . as a result", and " . . . for that reason" (in addition to marcellothearcane's suggestions). I would use "consequently" instead of "consequentially," which is rare (and, I believe, a modern variant). See "Consequently" versus "consequentially".

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You can use therefore:

therefore

ADVERB

For that reason; consequently.
‘he was injured and therefore unable to play’

or any number of its synonyms.

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