Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Saharan dust, cool Atlantic may keep hurricane numbers low this season

The Sun-Sentinel reported this week that unusually strong bursts of Saharan dust are being blown off of Africa this year.  This is similar to the pattern that caused lower hurricane activity than expected in last year’s hurricane season.  In addition, cooler than normal temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean are also […]
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