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NOWCiW NEWS AND NOTES HURRICAN E HISTORY FOUND the researchers found evidence of push the record of hurricane s back IN TREE RINGS at least to the year 1000." "a lot of hurricane s for whic h there Reliable hurricane history only was no historical documentation "This is an exciting new devel- dates back about a half-century that a hurrican e had ever occurred opment," comments Chris Land- or so, but a new finding may help in that area," Mora says. sea with the National Hurricane exten d the record of hurricane Although longleaf pines can live Center. "That they can see historic activit y 10 to 20 times farther, to be 200 years old, Grissino-Mayer hurricanes in trees is jus t an amaz- mayb e more. University of Ten- in g discovery." An increase in has found stumps that are much nessee professors Claudia Mora older left fro m timber harvesting hurricane activity in the Southeast an d Henri Grissino-Mayer have since the mid-1990s has scientists in areas of the south. "We know discovere d that hurricane rain we can push the hurricane record looking for historical trends that can leave a chemical mark in the migh t

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