Yaneisy Duenas (left) and Ferando Sanudo walk through a flooded parking lot at the Haulover Marine Center during a king tide in November. Florida scientists on Monday sent President Donal Trump warning that cuts to NOAA’s polar satellite network could hurt research on climate change.
Yaneisy Duenas (left) and Ferando Sanudo walk through a flooded parking lot at the Haulover Marine Center during a king tide in November. Florida scientists on Monday sent President Donal Trump warning that cuts to NOAA’s polar satellite network could hurt research on climate change. Joe Raedle Getty Images
Yaneisy Duenas (left) and Ferando Sanudo walk through a flooded parking lot at the Haulover Marine Center during a king tide in November. Florida scientists on Monday sent President Donal Trump warning that cuts to NOAA’s polar satellite network could hurt research on climate change. Joe Raedle Getty Images

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March 13, 2017 6:40 PM

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