hurricane tracking

hurricane tracking

[′hər·ə‚kān ‚trak·iŋ]
(engineering)
Recording of the movement of individual hurricanes by means of airplane sightings and satellite photography.
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Additionally, GOES-R products will improve hurricane tracking and intensity forecasts, and increase thunderstorm and tornado warning lead time.
Their clusters have been used to expand the reaches of science and technology: from helping to better understand genetic disorders in children, to improving hurricane tracking, to developing alternative forms of energy, and too many more to mention.
Dominguez cites a number, most of them launched in the late 1980s and early 1990s: professional military relations at Guantanamo, cooperative coast guard-to-coast guard relations, large-scale agriculture trade, effective bilateral migration discussions, excellent hurricane tracking, cooperation on drug interdiction, expanded academic and cultural exchanges, and large diplomatic missions in each other's capitals.
Latest Headache for Phil Falcone: Hurricane Tracking.
A 58-percent chance of a major hurricane tracking into the Caribbean (the long-term average is 42 percent).
Weather Channel) A departure from the network's usual fare of forecasts and hurricane tracking, this documentary tells the story of a Great Lakes schooner that each year gathered thousands of spruce trees from Michigan's Upper Peninsula and then returned to Chicago to sell them.
Displays combining batteries with hurricane tracking maps are highly effective, he notes.
Hurricane tracking charts (maps) of the Atlantic and Pacific, ready for use, are available free on the web at www.
The tropical storm and hurricane tracking service tracks severe weather approaching the United States and will estimate the extent of the damage once the tropical hurricane or storm hits.
Marlin was able to integrate that information with hurricane tracking software, catastrophe models and the company's policyholder database.
StreamerRT(SM): A web-based multi-layer weather visualization and alerting application featuring advanced hurricane tracking toolsdeveloped by Earth Networks and used by government officials, including the National Weather Service in the U.