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Study Offers Coastal Communities Better Way to Prepare for Devastating Storms

With massive coastal storms on the rise, a new study describes a method for stakeholders in vulnerable communities to be involved in preparing for, absorbing, recovering and adapting from devastation.

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Hurricane Risk to Northeast U.S. Coast Increasing, Research Warns

New research published in the journal Scientific Reports and co-authored by an Associate Professor at Skidmore College suggests the Northeastern coast of the U.S. could be struck by more frequent and more powerful hurricanes in the future due to shifting weather patterns.

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Hurricane Risk to Northeast USA Coast Increasing, Research Warns

The Northeastern coast of the USA could be struck by more frequent and more powerful hurricanes in the future due to shifting weather patterns, according to new research.

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How Lightning Strikes Can Improve Storm Forecasts

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Research shows that real-time lightning observations could significantly improve forecasts of large storm events.

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Hurricanes From 3 Million Years Ago Give Us Clues About Present Storms

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Studying hurricane and tropical storm development from three million years ago might give today’s forecasters a good blueprint for 21st century storms, says a team of international researchers that includes a Texas A&M University atmospheric sciences professor.

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Predicting a Hurricane's Wrath

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NDSU Researchers to Study Hurricane Matthew Evacuation Decision-Making

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The researchers want to find out how and why local residents choose to evacuate. They also will study the many variables that can explain the uncertainty in making those decisions.

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After the Storm: Virginia Tech Experts on the Impact of Hurricane Matthew

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UGA Haiti Expert Available to Discuss Hurricane Matthew’s Aftermath

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Post-Hurricane Recovery in the Long-Term: Lessons From Scholar’s Participation in Rebuilding After Katrina

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#FSU Experts Can Help Put #Matthew Into Context

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​Researchers Predict Power Outages Caused by Hurricane Matthew

COLUMBUS, Ohio – An interdisciplinary team of researchers is using a unique model to predict how many U.S. residents will lose power because of Hurricane Matthew.As of Thursday morning, Oct. 6, the team predicted 9.6 million people will lose electricity.The model was developed by researchers from The Ohio State University, University of Michigan and Texas A&M University.

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UGA Expert: Preparation Eases Stress of Powerful Storm

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As the Climate Warms, We Are ‘Primed’ for Worse Storms Than Sandy

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With the climate warming and the sea level rising, conditions are ripe for storms deadlier and more devastating than Sandy that put more people at risk. That’s the outlook from David A. Robinson, a Rutgers geography professor who has served as the New Jersey state climatologist for 25 years.

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Planning, Preparation Help Ease Stress of Powerful Storm

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Empty shelves of bread and canned goods aren’t just a sign of last-minute hurricane cravings—the purchases are also a coping mechanism, says a University of Georgia weather and climate psychologist.

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Texas Tech Wind Scientists Deploy for Hurricane Matthew

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Natural Disaster Expert Available to Discuss Hurricane Matthew

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Expert in Evacuation Decision Making and Response Available for Stories on Hurricane Matthew

Tricia Wachtendorf, Director of the University of Delaware's Disaster Research Center, is an expert on evacuation decision making and response during disasters such as hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes and terrorist attacks. She has conducted field research during Hurricane Katrina and other events.

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Texas A&M Prof On Haiti Hurricane Aid And Where It's Gone Wrong Historically

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Hurricane Matthew Could Leave 7 Million in the Dark

Hurricane Matthew could knock out power for approximately 7 million people in the United States in a wide swath stretching from Miami to the Carolinas.







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