May 20, 2004

Storm Chasers

Hurricane Isabel. Bad for homeowners. Good for science.

As meteorologists tracked Isabel's well-predicted northwest passage toward land, researchers mustered graduate students, four-wheel drive vehicles, boats, a personal watercraft and even a NASA plane to conduct some of the most precise inspections of the altered shoreline

Posted by Bigwig at May 20, 2004 11:04 PM | TrackBack
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