NSF and NOAA Collaboration

From the Homeland Security Newswire, this news about a new scientific collaboration: Harnessing science to help in emergency response.

Four years ago, communities across the East Coast faced Superstorm Sandy, a weather system that claimed more than seventy lives in the United States and caused $65 billion in damages. Earlier this month, Hurricane Matthew devastated Haiti, killing more than a thousand people before turning north to the United States, where it caused another forty-three deaths. The NSF and NOAA collaborate to provide the necessary tools to ensure people respond appropriately to dangerous weather systems

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  1. Claire, A Must read , Consuming Catastrophe by Tim Recuber. Dr. Tom

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