Using GPS to measure the strength of hurricanes

07/24/2013 | National Geographic News

GPS signals can be used to measure wind speeds over water, which could help meteorologists track storms. The technique works because of the way that rough water conditions reflect the signals. The research "showed that you can make competitive measurements [of wind speed] with GPS," said Stephen Katzberg of the NASA Langley Research Center.

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