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UF researchers examine Hurricane Irene

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While hurricanes are not a novelty to the state of Florida, researchers at the University of Florida will be taking advantage of the storm’s proximity to the eastern coast of the United States to do a little research. WUFT-FM’s Jordan Matich talked with UF Assistant Professor of Geography Corrine Matyas about some of the current research efforts.

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