How Vandalism is Leaving Gaps in Climate Data

by | April 10, 2013
Category: News
Photo by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives/ Flickr

Photo by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives/ Flickr

In cities like New York, it’s not uncommon to see vandalism on subways, buildings and streets. However, remote data buoys in the tropics are the last place you would expect to find vandals. Graffiti isn’t the problem, though. C+S faculty member and the International Research Institute from Climate and Society’s Chief forecaster Tony Barnston explains why forecasting climate conditions in the eastern Pacific can be challenging to Climate Wire’s Stephanie Paige Ogburn. The answer may be more interesting than you think!

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