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Cuban dams store sufficient water

The dams store 80 percent of their capacities, such result is satisfactory, because it has a much higher average with over 671 million cubic meters of water dammed, compared with equal date of the last year. Read More

Hurricane Dean likely to threaten Gulf of Mexico

Hurricane Deancould strengthen into a Category 4 hurricane over the next two days is pounding the eastern Caribbean islands of Martinique and Dominica as it churned into the Caribbean Sea. Read More

Bulletin Hurricane Dean intermediate advisory number 16a, Dean pounding Martinique and Dominica

At 800 am the center of hurricane Dean was located by an air force hurricane hunter aircraft near latitude 14.4 north longitude 61.7 west or 50 miles-80 km west-southwest of Martinique. Read More

Bulletin Hurricane Dean Advisory number 14, Hurricane Dean rapidly approaching the Lesser Antilles with 100 mph winds

At 5:00 p.m. the center of hurricane Dean was located near latitude 14.0 north, longitude 56.5 west or about 210 miles-335 km east-northeast of Barbados and about 305 miles-490 km east of Martinique. Dean is moving toward the west near 23 mph-37 km/hr and this motion is expected to continue tonight and tomorrow. On this track, the center of Dean will be crossing the Lesser Antilles early friday. Read More

Experts seek reasons for Polymita drop in eastern Cuba

A noticeable decrease in the population of polymita muscarum, a species endemic to areas in the north coast of the island, has alarmed experts in the central province of Camaguey where a thorough research has therefore started. Read More

Bulletin Hurricane Dean Advisory number 13, Dean intensifying as it approaches Lesser Antilles

A hurricane warning remains in effect for the islands of Dominica and St. Lucia. a hurricane warning means that hurricane conditions are expected within the warning area within the next 24 hours. Preparations to protect life and property should be rushed to completion. Read More

Storm Dean grows in Atlantic

It was then expected to become a Category 3 hurricane with winds topping 110 mph (177 kph) as it headed through the Caribbean Sea toward Jamaica early next week. Read More

Cubas arid southeast turns green

Extending along more than 100 kilometers from the limits of Playa Borracho beach in the province of Santiago de Cuba to Punta de Maisi, Cubas easternmost point, the coastal strip of southern Guantanamo Province has such a harsh climate it has earned the name of the Cuban semi-desert. Read More

Atlantic Boqueron is a place where nature and man work in harmony

The community celebrates the Party of the Sea every year, an event that helps to develop the abilities and the art in the manufacture of nets for the fishing. Read More

Specialists create system to forecast drought in Las Tunas

this computer program allows picking up data to help the farmers to sow, to cultivate and to harvest in the appropriate moment, without danger of losing the effort and the invested resources. Read More

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