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Framework could improve Southeast rainfall forecasts

November 20, 2013

earth and environment graphic A new study by two Duke University scientists may help improve seasonal forecasts in the Southeastern U.S. by providing a new Bayesian statistical "framework" that meteorologists can use to predict the likely intensity of rainfall for the coming summer. Full Story

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