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Rutgers University, University of Maine, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and UMCES. The work they are doing is underfunded, but working with the weather service is allowing for the sharing of information and helping create better forecasts. “The main thing is that now we are talking to the National Weather Service, we understand their constraints,” Boicourt said. “And having researchers who are doing this work, we can help them do their job better and make us all

under-predicted the impact of Hurricane Sandy, also by not incorporating the evolving ocean surface temperature. As Boicourt explained, the moral of the story is that they need to take surface temperature in real time to accurately forecast storm intensity. They made a proposal to the National Weather Service to put out rapid response buoys and to send out underwater gliders, which is now being done via a collaboration between

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