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Elaboration of Technologies for the Diagnosis of Tropical Hurricanes Beginning in Oceans with Remote Sensing Methods

By A. G. Grankov, S. V. Marechek, A. A. Milshin, E. P. Novichikhin, S. P. Golovachev, N. K. Shelobanova and A. M. Shutko

Submitted: February 16th 2012Reviewed: September 27th 2012Published: December 5th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/53863

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A. G. Grankov, S. V. Marechek, A. A. Milshin, E. P. Novichikhin, S. P. Golovachev, N. K. Shelobanova and A. M. Shutko (December 5th 2012). Elaboration of Technologies for the Diagnosis of Tropical Hurricanes Beginning in Oceans with Remote Sensing Methods, Advances in Hurricane Research Kieran Hickey, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/53863. Available from:

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