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If a Tree Falls in the Amazon

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For the first time, scientists pinpointed how often storms topple trees, helping to predict how changes in Amazonia affect the world.

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Newly Transitioned Hurricane Decision Support Platform Gives Emergency Managers More Capabilities

By improving visualization of weather data and information, an Emergency Manager can review the various data sources more efficiently, and HV-X gives emergency managers more tools and capabilities to support their recommendations and decision making.

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Meteorology, Emergency Preparedness Experts Offer Tips for Start of Hurricane Season

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UF/IFAS Experts Available for 2017 Hurricane Season

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Experts from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences can provide insight about hurricane preparation, agricultural crops, tree damage, hurricane-proofing your home and more.

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Experts Available to Discuss 2017 Hurricane Season; NOAA Forecasts 11-17 Named Storms, 2-4 Major Hurricanes.

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Atlantic Hurricane Season Starts Tomorrow, Texas Tech Expert Recommends Preparation

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Measuring the Human Impact of Weather

The World Meteorological Organization has announced today world records for the highest reported historical death tolls from tropical cyclones, tornadoes, lightning and hailstorms. It is first time the WMO Archive of Weather and Climate Extremes has broadened its scope from temperature and weather records to address the impacts of specific events.

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Hurricane Experts Available to Provide Analysis Throughout the Season

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The Future of Coastal Flooding

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Better storm surge prediction capabilities could help reduce the impacts of extreme weather events, such as hurricanes.

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ASU Expert on Climate Available to Comment on New High Temperature Records for Antarctica







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