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Blown away: the physical facts of hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Philip Monk, a teacher who has worked with the Society on a few projects, has written this useful and timely summary of hurricanes Harvey and Irma for the Geographical Association’s Teaching Geography magazine, which they have kindly let us reproduce here.

Read the article here.

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