Tag Archives: International Hurricane Research Center

Feel the Force: Hurricanes and Other Hazards 2014

Are you ready for hurricane season? It’s all about preparedness. The Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science invited visitors to learn the science behind hurricanes and other powerful weather hazards at its popular annual event, “Feel the Force: Hurricanes … Continue reading

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Feel the Force: Hurricanes and other Hazards

  We are now officially in hurricane season, and the Museum’s Feel the Force: Hurricanes and Other Hazards event was a chance to experiment with weather instruments, meet real hurricane hunter pilots, remember the tragedy and survival of Hurricane Andrew, … Continue reading

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Put on Your Rain Boots, the Water is Rising!

According to a new report just released by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), average sea level around the world is projected to rise anywhere from 8 inches to over 6 feet by 2100.  That seems like a large … Continue reading

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Wall of Wind

It’s been 20 years since Hurricane Andrew, and this summer the Museum is honoring the anniversary of the storm with a brand new Hurricane exhibit. Tragic and heroic stories from Andrew’s survivors are told, and now, the Museum is expanding … Continue reading

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