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Default Team uses an innovative network approach to explain polygonal patterns in clouds

Polygons are widespread in nature: Drying mud may crack into many-sided blocks, and bees shape honeycomb into regular, six-sided cells. Hexagons also appear in broad sheets of clouds across parts of Earth's oceans, and now a team of researchers has used a network approach to analyze why. Their work promises to help scientists to find more accurate descriptions of clouds in computer models of weather and climate change.

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