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The Lessons From “Last Year’s” Catastrophes

Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood November 09, 2018

Catastrophe modeling remains a work in progress. With each upgrade we aim to build a better model, employing expanded data sets for hazard…


Geocoding: The Underappreciated Science of Catas...

Chris Sams and Tim Edwards May 03, 2018

“Geocoding”’ is the ability to assign descriptive address information to portfolio locations for the purposes of assessing hazard at a given…

Irma’s Landfall in Florida Could Have Been Worse

Tom Sabbatelli
Tom Sabbatelli September 11, 2017

19:00 UTC  Monday, September 11 Tom Sabbatelli, hurricane risk expert – RMS Irma is a hurricane no more: following a Category 3 strength…


Set to Impact Entire West Coast of Florida, Irma...

Tom Sabbatelli
Tom Sabbatelli September 10, 2017

14:30 UTC  Sunday, September 10 Tom Sabbatelli, hurricane risk expert – RMS As Hurricane Irma makes landfall in the Florida Keys as a…

Faces of Fracking

Has That Oilfield Caused My Earthquake?

Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood April 11, 2017

“Some six months have passed since the magnitude (Mw) 6.7 earthquake struck Los Angeles County, with an epicenter close to the coast in Long…

Josh ellingson

“Computers Do the Calculating to Allow People to...

Josh Ellingson
Josh Ellingson April 04, 2017

The quote above is from Conrad Wolfram, the renowned British mathematician, well known as an advocate for the advancement of mathematics…


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