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GianTrent
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Define GFDL...
      #71554 - Sun Aug 27 2006 06:07 PM

Please define for me what the tracking program letters GFDL stand for, whose creation it is, and why it seems to demand such respect?

Google search doesn't give me what I'm looking for....


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Storm Cooper
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Re: Define GFDL... [Re: GianTrent]
      #71558 - Sun Aug 27 2006 06:13 PM

geophysical fluid dynamics lab....you can also mouse over the GFDL and see it.

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