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Scientists Probe Indian Ocean for Clues to Worldwide Weather Patterns


September 22, 2011

the S-PolKa radar on Addu Atoll An international team of researchers will begin gathering in the Indian Ocean next month to study an atmospheric pattern that affects weather worldwide. The 6-month field campaign, supported in part by NCAR, will help improve long-range weather forecasts and computer models of climate change. Full Story

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National Center for Atmospheric Research/University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

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