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Tiny Satellites Could Help Warn of the Next Big Hurricane

The Tropics satellite constellation will reduce this lag, offering a new, detailed look at each 16- to 24-kilometer region in the lower latitudes every 30

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Hurricane ‘Value Tags’ May Reveal the Value of International Warming

Local weather researchers say the thought of placing a “local weather price ticket” on a person storm may assist the general public perceive how world

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Unhealthy Climate Forecasts Are a Local weather Disaster Catastrophe

Predicting the climate generally is a frustratingly imprecise science. The climate app in your cellphone is fairly good at forecasting if it’s more likely to

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How Cargo Ships May Assist Detect Tsunamis

Hossen, Sheehan, and their colleagues modeled how properly a cargo-ship-based sensing array would possibly truly work. Hossen is the primary creator on their paper revealed