Why scientists are in Newfoundland to figure out — and bottle — fog

A team of international scientists is in Newfoundland, attempting to bottle the 'F' in the province's notorious rain, drizzle and fog, in order to better understand the weather element.

The project, called C-Fog and led by the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, is a collaboration of Canadian and U.S.

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