The Science of our Weather

This week we explore the science behind our weather to find out if droughts could be predicted to help relief efforts prepare, if hurricane could be streered out of harms way and...
09 April 2010
Presented by Meera Senthilingam

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 Before the year 2004, only two tropical cyclones had ever been noted in the South Atlantic Basin, and no hurricane. However, a circulation center well off the coast of southern Brazil developed tropical cyclone characteristics and continued to...

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This week we explore the science behind our weather to find out if droughts could be predicted to help relief efforts prepare, if hurricane could be streered out of harms way and how plane contrails are contributing to cloud formation. We also investigate the global threat of invasive species on our ecosystems.

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