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Scientists show climate patterns may influence extreme U.S. tornado seasons

Monday, October 15, 2012

Scientists show climate patterns may influence extreme U.S. tornado seasons

NOAA and university researchers believe they have found a climate signal related to a specific phase of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation that could be linked to, and possibly serve as a predictor of, massive tornado outbreaks.

Sept. 22 Reddit AMA: The Science of Hurricane Hunting to Improve Forecasts

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Sept. 22 Reddit AMA: The Science of Hurricane Hunting to Improve Forecasts

Hurricane scientist Frank Marks, Sc.D., the director of the Hurricane Research Division at NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, and P-3 hurricane hunter pilot Commander Justin Kibbey of the NOAA Corps will answer your questions.
Shirley Murillo

Friday, May 13, 2011

Shirley Murillo

Collecting hurricane data from inside the storm

NOAA research meteorologist Shirley Murillo examines how hurricane winds change as they make landfall.

Since Katrina: A decade of NOAA hurricane research

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Since Katrina: A decade of NOAA hurricane research

Advancing hurricane forecasting, improving models, and increasing observations

A decade ago, the United States experienced one of the most active and destructive hurricane seasons ever recorded. The loss of life and destruction of property from Hurricanes Katrina (Aug. 29), Rita (Sept. 24), and Wilma (Oct. 24) drove NOAA to re-evaluate hurricane research and severe storm preparedness.

South Florida: How Are You Connected?

Monday, August 20, 2012

South Florida: How Are You Connected?

People who vacation, live, boat, swim, snorkel, bird watch, or eat seafood in south Florida are “connected” to south Florida’s marine habitats. With populations increasing in coastal communities such as south Florida it is important to understand the impact humans have on these environments, and how the changing marine environment influences the way we live and how we plan for the future along our coasts.

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