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Science with a Twist[er]

January 14, 2010 • Category: Science with a Twist[er]

Three UND graduate student storm chasers hunt for adventure.

Follow passion and research into the heart of prairie storm country and get up close and personal with a storm. The nastier, the better.

“I’ve been doing this since I was an undergraduate meteorology student at the University of Oklahoma, Norman,” said Aaron Kennedy, a Rockford, Ill., native and Ph.D. student in atmospheric sciences. “It’s sort of a state pastime in Oklahoma…

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