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The Tibetan plateau, often called the third pole, will be monitored by balloons, drones and ground sensors.

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The Tibetan plateau, often called the third pole, will be monitored by balloons, drones and ground sensors.

Source

The image appears on a website entitled, "Tibetan plateau gets wired up for monsoon prediction" at url=http://www.nature.com/news/tibetan-plateau-gets-wired-up-for-monsoon-prediction-1.16030.

Date

01 October 2014

Author

Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty

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