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“This is a much stronger storm than they’ve had in recorded history.” – Dr. Matyas speaks with the BBC about Tropical Cyclone Idai and Tropical Cyclone Kenneth

Published: Apr 29th, 2019

UF’s Dr. Corene Matyas recently spoke with the BBC about Tropical Cyclone Idai and Tropical Cyclone Kenneth: “This is a much stronger storm than they’ve had in recorded history.” Listen… Read More

Another cyclone threatens Mozambique

Published: Apr 25th, 2019

Dr. Corene Matyas is quoted in an article in Forbes Magazine written by Dr. Marshall Shepherd at the University of Georgia. The article talks about the potential impacts of Cyclone… Read More

Why Cyclone Idai was so destructive

Published: Mar 27th, 2019

Tropical Cyclone Idai recently formed and moved over the Mozambique Channel before making landfall over Mozambique and causing devastation to coastal areas. To help understand the cyclone’s path, National Geographic… Read More

Using Repeat Photography to Observe Vegetation Change Over Time in Gorongosa National Park

Published: Jun 26th, 2017

HERRERO, SOUTHWORTH, BUNTING, CHILD – Using Repeat Photography to Observe Vegetation Change Over Time in Gorongosa National Park HANNAH V. HERRERO, JANE SOUTHWORTH, ERIN BUNTING, and BRIAN CHILD Article first published… Read More

Regional Inequality and Polarization in the Context of Concurrent Extreme Weather and Economic Shocks

Published: Jan 15th, 2015

MATYAS – Regional Inequality and Polarization in the Context of Concurrent Extreme Weather and Economic Shocks Julie A. Silva, Corene J. Matyas and Benedito Cunguara Article first published online: 1 Jan… Read More

Tropical cyclone formation and motion in the Mozambique Channel

Published: Apr 7th, 2014

MATYAS – Tropical cyclone formation and motion in the Mozambique Channel Corene J. Matyas Article first published online: 7 Apr 2014 International Journal of Climatology DOI: 10.1002/joc.3985 ABSTRACT: Although tropical cyclones… Read More