Cyclones have been notoriously hard to predict over decades, but a new scientific model could prove to be a circuit-breaker, particularly in the cyclone-battered Pacific.
- Cyclone modelling has traditionally been difficult due to complex interactions between the sea and atmosphere
- A new Australia-New Zealand forecast model now synthesizes these interactions simultaneously
- This could strengthen the Pacific’s preparedness for its annual cyclone season
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