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Science  20 Aug 1999:
Vol. 285, Issue 5431, pp. 1175
DOI: 10.1126/science.285.5431.1175b

Batten down the hatches. Hurricane season has arrived, and the National Hurricane Center predicts it will be a doozy. Thanks to turbulence over the Atlantic Ocean triggered by La Niña's cooler Pacific temperatures, the agency expects at least three major hurricanes from August through October. Track storms, read up on hurricane history, and catch the latest forecasts.

Looking within. Ever wonder how those crisp, detailed magnetic resonance images are created? An online tutorial explains the physics behind MRI, provides tips for novice imagers, and gives patients advice on how to handle the claustrophobia from being inside an MRI machine.

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