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Every Single Recorded Hurricane (since 1851) in One Map

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a tropical storm and hurricane data archive that stretches back to 1851.

But looking at each storm individually doesn’t have nearly as much impact as seeing them all projected onto a map at once. Data visualization expert John Nelson combined data on historical storms’ paths and intensities to create this stunning image, where the color of a dot represents that storm’s intensity.

(via scinerds)

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