There are many heroes in the story of Hurricane Sandy, but we arguably owe the greatest debt of gratitude to mathematicians who wrangle massive amounts of data to improve the accuracy of our weather predictions.
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By Patrick Clark
In 1938, when storm-watchers gave hurricanes names fit for railroad lines, the Great New England formed off Africa’s western coa...
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