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Hurricane Nicole Sheds Light on How Storms Impact Deep Ocean

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hurricane-nicole-2016-sliderContact: Diana Kenney dkenney@mbl.edu; 508-289-7139 By Paul McDivitt WOODS HOLE, Mass. — In early October 2016, a tropical storm named Nicole formed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. It roamed for six days, reaching Category 4 hurricane status with powerful 140 mile-per hour-winds, before hitting the tiny island of Bermuda as a Category 3. […]

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