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Twenty Years After Storms Anatol, Lothar and Mar...

Michele Lai
Michele Lai December 18, 2019

Twenty years ago, while the planet was getting ready for transitioning to year 2000 and trying to solve the Y2K bug, the (re)insurance…

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The “Glasgow Hurricane”: A Fifty-year Retrospective

Stephen Cusack
Stephen Cusack January 12, 2018

In the early hours of Monday, January 15, 1968, cyclone “Low Q” charged across northern U.K. and smashed the densely populated Central Belt of…

The Challenges Around Modeling European Windstor...

Laurent Marescot
Laurent Marescot February 05, 2015

In December I wrote about Lothar and Daria, a cluster of windstorms that emphasized the significance of ‘location’ when assessing windstorm…

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Location, Location, Location: What Makes a Winds...

Laurent Marescot
Laurent Marescot December 04, 2014

While wind speed can indicate a storm’s damageability, two storms with similar peak wind speeds can cause vastly different levels of damage if…

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