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chapter news Greater Miami water levels based on these climate forecasts. Climate On 16 June 1999, the chapter hosted Geoff indicators that are monitored are sunspot and solar Shaughnessy and Paul Trimble from the South Florida geomagnetic activity, and a thermohaline index, which Water Management District (SFWMD). The SFWMD is North Atlantic minus South Atlantic SST anoma- operates and maintains the canals, levees, major pump- lies. Geomagnetic activity is an indicator of solar ing stations, and smaller water control structures in flares, and high geomagnetic activity locks climate central and southern Florida. It provides flood control into a pattern, either wet or dry. However, a weak ther- and water supply protection to the cities and farms in mohaline index coupled with weak geomagnetic ac- the region, and it is working to restore and manage eco- tivity results in periods of low rainfall, whereas a systems that include the Everglades. Shaughnessy pre- strong thermohaline index and strong geomagnetic sented a seminar titled "South Florida Rainfall: ENSO activity results in above average inflow into the lake. vs. Impacting Tropical Cyclones," and Trimble pre- On 7 July 1999, Lynn K. Shay from the Division sented a seminar titled "Seasonal to Multi-Decadal of Meteorology and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Greater Miami water levels based on these climate forecasts. Climate On 16 June 1999, the chapter hosted Geoff indicators that are monitored are sunspot and solar Shaughnessy and Paul Trimble from the South Florida geomagnetic activity, and a thermohaline index, which Water Management District (SFWMD). The SFWMD is North Atlantic minus South Atlantic SST anoma- operates and maintains the canals, levees, major pump- lies. Geomagnetic activity is an indicator of solar ing stations, and smaller water control structures in flares, and high geomagnetic activity locks climate central and southern Florida. It provides flood control into a pattern, either wet or dry. However, a weak ther- and water supply protection to the cities and farms in mohaline index coupled with weak geomagnetic ac- the region, and it is working to restore and manage eco- tivity results in periods of low rainfall, whereas a systems that include the Everglades. Shaughnessy pre- strong thermohaline index and strong geomagnetic sented a seminar titled "South Florida Rainfall: ENSO activity results in above average inflow into the lake. vs. Impacting Tropical Cyclones," and Trimble pre- On 7 July 1999, Lynn K. Shay from the Division sented a seminar titled "Seasonal to Multi-Decadal of Meteorology and

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Published: Oct 1, 1999

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