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Hurricane Nicole: First Florida East Coast Landf...
James Cosgrove
James Cosgrove November 10, 2022

It was the turn of Florida’s east coast to receive a landfalling hurricane, as Hurricane Nicole made its U.S. landfall as a Category 1…

The Age of Innocence
Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood March 21, 2019

Professor Ilan Noy holds a unique ”Chair in the Economics of Disasters” at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He has proposed…

Will California be “Puerto Rico” or “New Orleans”?
Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood January 17, 2019

It is now exactly a quarter of a century, on January 17, 1994, since the last significant U.S. earthquake disaster. A previously unknown blind…

Coastal Flood: Rising Risk in New Orleans and Be...
Paul Wilson
Paul Wilson August 20, 2015

As we come up on the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a lot of the focus is on New Orleans. But while New Orleans is far from being…

From Arlene to Zeta: Remembering the Record-Brea...
Brian Owens
Brian Owens August 17, 2015

Few in the insurance industry can forget the Atlantic hurricane season of 2005. For many, it is indelibly linked with Hurricane Katrina and…

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