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Click for animation The Satellite Image Viewer depicts a handful of major storms across the globe, providing details on their origins, routes, and impact. To view the animation, the free Flash plug-in is required.



Click for VideoClip 1: The enigmatic waterspout is the tornado of the sea (863 K). To view this video clip, you must have the free QuickTime 3 or higher (for PC or Macintosh).

Click for Video Clip 2: Cyclones like this one frequently batter the impoverished nation of Bangladesh (568 K). To view this video clip, you must have the free QuickTime 3 or higher (for PC or Macintosh).

Click for VideoClip 3: Researchers can learn about ice not only by watching it, but by listening to it (1.0 MB). To view this video clip, you must have the free QuickTime 3 or higher (for PC or Macintosh).

Click for Video Streaming Video Segment: The Canadian Coast Guard has the daunting task of keeping ships flowing through the Gulf of St. Lawrence (2 minutes, 46 seconds). To view this clip, you must have the free RealPlayer G2. Please note the RealPlayer G2's system requirements.

Between Sea & Sky
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