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As Laura’s track shifted southward, away from Florida, tropical storm Marco appeared to be on track to enter the Gulf of Mexico right behind it.
Groups such as the Red Cross are starting to use subseasonal forecasts to strategize for weather disasters, such as figuring out where to move emergency supplies when it looks like a tropical cyclone might hit a region.
The effects of that disturbance in air circulation can be felt across the globe, suppressing winds over the Atlantic that might otherwise pull tropical storms apart.
Too much deforestation means that tropical forests are now producing more greenhouse gases than they absorb.
Reducing tropical deforestation and limiting the wildlife trade might be cost-effective ways of stopping pandemics before they start, a new analysis finds.
Hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons are all tropical cyclones.
Tyrannus melancholicus chloronotus Berlepsch: Tropical Kingbird.
The graceful flying-fish, like a fair white bird, goes glancing above the blue magnificence of the tropical seas.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
The soil of Cuba is prolific, and the variety of tropical plants and fruits grown upon the island is quite remarkable.
I had once been in a tropical calm, and I really, after trying them both, prefer the breezes and thunder-storms.

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