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A Dose of Dust That Quieted an Entire Hurricane Season?

Science  09 Mar 2007:
Vol. 315, Issue 5817, pp. 1351
DOI: 10.1126/science.315.5817.1351a

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In the 27 February issue of Eos, two climatologists suggest that dust blown across the Atlantic from the Sahara caused the 2006 hurricane season to be far less active than had been forecasted. (Read more.)

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