CPO-funded researcher attends Meteorological Conference in Havana, Cuba

  • 14 December 2015
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Sandy Delgado, a CIMAS Research Associate the National Hurricane Center funded through the Climate Program Office's Climate Monitoring Program, had the opportunity to visit Cuba as a participant in the VIII Cuban Congress of Meteorology in Havana.

Delago, who immigrated to the U.S. from Canada as a boy, gave a presentation on his CPO-funded project on hurricane reanalysis and commented on the reanalysis of a few of the major hurricanes that have affected the island in the past century.

Read more about the trip at: cimas.rsmas.miami.edu/documents/delgado-in-Havana.pdf

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