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Meteorology: Mobile networks aid weather monitoring

Competition over the bandwidths used by mobile phones and time-critical weather transmissions is only part of the story (see Nature535, 208–209; 10.1038/535208a2016). In fact, mobile networks are themselves becoming an important tool for monitoring the weather.Because weather
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