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August 2018: the Pacific Ocean is Agitated!

The Pacific Ocean is by far the most active in terms of cyclogenesis,  of all oceans on Earth. Because of its vast size and depth, its immense capacity for storing solar heat and influencing our climate, the Pacific brings together all … Continue reading

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REDUCING THE POTENTIAL FOR DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE IMPACT

Worried about the active and damaging 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season? Are you worried about how your dwelling or building may perform under the impact of a future hurricane? Do you have questions about the linkage between hurricanes and climate change? … Continue reading

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