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Learn how to identify cloud types by using this flow chart from the International Cloud Atlas. Clouds are divided into 10 fundamental types known as genera, depending on their general form. The genera are then further subdivided based on a cloud's particular shape, structure and transparency; the...
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This FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) website attempts to address various questions regarding hurricanes, typhoons, and tropical cyclones that have been posed to us as hurricane researchers over the years. While it is not intended to be a technical guide, references are given throughout the FAQ for...
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Published in 2002
Predicting weather is finally getting to be less of an art and more of a science. Using images and other data from the GOES environmental satellites and other kinds of sensing technologies, and computers to analyze the data, scientists are beginning to make some sense of them all.
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