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The Science of Hurricane Juan
Click on the links below to understand the science behind Hurricane Juan:
- Should "Hurricane Juan" Be Retired? - Learn why Canada requested that the name "Juan" never be used again for naming future Hurricanes.
- Classifying Hurricane Juan - Every hurricane is categorized on a scale from 1-5. Learn more about how the experts determined what Hurricane Juan was.
- Why did a category-two Hurricane hit Nova Scotia? - Scientists from Environment Canada explain why the atmospheric conditions and ocean temperatures helped Hurricane Juan maintain its strength.
- Sounds of Hurricane Juan - A professional acoustician/physicist story of "working through the night" to obtain a record of the sounds produced by Juan's hurricane force winds.
- Hurricane Juan Research Flight: Flying into the Storm - Learn about the real-life accounts of the Environment Canada research Meteorologist that flew straight into Hurricane Juan.
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