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Offshore wind farms could weaken hurricanes, study says

A study done by researchers at the University of Delaware and Stanford University found that wind turbines placed in the ocean could reduce the strength of hurricanes prior to the storms' making landfall. The study showed that the turbines could help slow down winds, and decrease the size of waves, thus reducing storm surge.
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