A coastal village in the Caribbean flourished during a period of increased hurricanes. Research suggests the Taíno designed their dwellings to persist through the greater storm surges.
Las muestras de agua de 25 ríos en el centro de Cuba están dominadas por signos de erosión de las rocas en lugar de la escorrentía de fertilizantes, según muestran investigadores que trabajan en instituciones cubanas y estadounidenses.
The observational evidence of the wind field of Hurricane Michael using radar imagery showed an eyewall structure evolution with elliptical, triangular, and square shapes for the first time.
Water samples from 25 rivers in central Cuba are dominated by signs of rock weathering rather than fertilizer runoff, researchers working at Cuban and American institutions show.
Optics Atmospheric Teams' Workshop; Camagüey, Cuba, 27–29 January 2016
Two scientific communities that evolved separately for more than 50 years reunited last week to share their findings and plan a more unified future.
XCUBE Workshop; Camagüey, Cuba, 16–18 November 2015
The administration has sought to promote scientific collaboration with Cuba by reducing restrictions on travel and equipment donations and forging research partnerships.