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UM's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science has a big new hurricane simulation tank that might be able to figure out what happens to hurricanes when they interact with the ocean below them, creating a frothy air/sea mixture that's not very well understood but makes a big impact on what exactly those megastorms do. The just-completed tank is such a big deal that Popular Science featured it a few years ago. [Miami Herald; Popular Science]

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