Domain: aoml.noaa.gov

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Physical Oceanography Division -
How important is the AMO when it comes to hurricanes - in other words - is ... Does the AMO influence the intensity or the frequency of hurricanes (which)? ...
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FAQ : HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, AND TROPICAL CYCLONES
Hurricane FAQ yellow triangle bullet Atl. TC Outlook ..... Last updated June 1, 2007. Back to Tropical Cyclones Names Page | Back to Main FAQ Page ...
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FAQ : HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, AND TROPICAL CYCLONES
Hurricane FAQ yellow triangle bullet Atl. TC Outlook ..... Last updated June 1, 2007. Back to Tropical Cyclones Names Page | Back to Main FAQ Page ...
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FAQ : HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, AND TROPICAL CYCLONES
A Northeast Pacific Tropical Storm (September-October 1949) became an Atlantic Hurricane (Storm #10) and made landfall in TX. ...
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FAQ : HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, AND TROPICAL CYCLONES
Hurricane FAQ yellow triangle bullet Atl. TC Outlook ..... Last updated June 1, 2007. Back to Tropical Cyclones Names Page | Back to Main FAQ Page ...
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FAQ : HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, AND TROPICAL CYCLONES
Hurricane FAQ yellow triangle bullet Atl. TC Outlook yellow triangle bullet Storm Shutters ... Revised; B4) What is the origin of the word 'hurricane' ? ...
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FACE
The study area of FACE covers 364 km of coastline in Miami-Dade, Broward, ... Carsey T, KD Goodwin, J Hendee, JR Proni, C Sinigalliano, J Stewart, ...
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AOML » GCC » Ongoing Explorer Data
The Explorer of the Seas affords scientists an opportunity to gather data along repeated tracks that would otherwise be prohibitively expensive. ...
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Thermosalinograph - Explorer of the Seas
May 28, 2008 ... Products from Explorer of the Seas. The products presented in this page are developed in a collaboration between the National Oceanic and ...
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Thermosalinograph - Explorer of the Seas
May 28, 2008 ... Explorer of the Seas. MV Explorer of Semester At Sea Program ... Data and position of the ship and selected SST and SSS values Go ...
 
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