5 edition of Catastrophic Coastal Storms found in the catalog.
by Duke University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||David J. Brower (), Timothy Beatley ()|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
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Winter storms are a major weather problem in the USA and their losses have been rapidly increasing. A total of catastrophic winter storms, each causing more than $1 million in damages, occurred during –, and their losses totaled $ billion ( dollars). Catastrophic winter storms occurred in most parts of the contiguous USA, but were concentrated in the eastern half of the Cited by: The Geography of Risk from Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert M. Gaul is a shocking account of our efforts to combat storm damage and the cost to the public and government along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. The book succeeds in telling of epic storms, rising seas, and the cost to America’s coast. Each year we are inundated with catastrophic storms that cost billions in damage and in some.
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Catastrophic Coastal Storms offers a solution to the policy problem by proposing a merger of hazard mitigation with development management, basing this on extensive surveys of at-risk coastal locations and case studies of post-hurricane recovery.
Starting with the local level of government and proceeding to state and federal levels, the authors Pages: Catastrophic Coastal Storms offers a solution to the policy problem by proposing a merger of hazard mitigation with development management, basing this on extensive surveys of at-risk coastal locations and case studies of post-hurricane recovery.
Starting with the local level of government and proceeding to state and federal levels, the authors Author: David R. Godschalk. Catastrophic Coastal Storms offers a solution to the policy problem by proposing a merger of hazard mitigation with development management, basing this on extensive surveys of at-risk coastal locations and case studies of post-hurricane recovery.
Starting with the local level of government and proceeding to state and federal levels, the authors Brand: Duke University Press. Catastrophic Coastal Storms Catastrophic Coastal Storms book Mitigation and Development Management. Share. Duke Press Policy Studies. More about this series.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Godschalk, David R. Catastrophic coastal storms. Durham: Duke University Press, (OCoLC) Coastal Development: Inmillion people, or almost one-third of the total U.S.
population, lived in coastal counties along the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts and the Gulf of Mexico, according to the U.S. Bureau of the Census.
The U.S. coastal county population grew percent from to [Read PDF] Catastrophic Coastal Storms: Hazard Mitigation and Development Management (Duke Press. Tropical storms have caused a lot of damage outside US too.
For instance, the tropical cyclone in Bay of Bengal in killed 3,00, people in Bangladesh while more than 1,28, people died due to cyclone in Myanmar in the Andaman Seas in Assessments of coastal storminess may include studies such as: the frequency of coastal storms arriving over a given year, the timing of storm arrivals, teleconnections with large‐scale climate patterns, directional shifts in coastal storms, trends in coastal storm extremes and the effects of climate by: 8.
Catastrophic Coastal Storms: Hazard Mitigation and Development (Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, ), by David R. Godschalk, David J. Brower, and Timothy Beatley (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Coastal zone management -- South Atlantic States.
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Catastrophic Coastal Storms: Hazard Mitigation and Development (Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, ), by David R. Godschalk, David J. Brower, and Timothy Beatley (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Coastal zone management -- United States -- Decision making.
Hurricanes and other coastal storms create more costly damage than do earthquakes, tornadoes and wildfires combined, and 17 of the 20 most destructive hurricanes in Author: Arlie Russell Hochschild.
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Before the catastrophic Indian Ocean Tsunami of AD, nearly scientific papers had discussed the topic, but since then, over another research articles have. The Deep History of California’s Catastrophic Flooding.
Layered sediments from the coastal ocean go back more thanyears. Those storms originate in the tropics and they’re like an escape valve for all the extra energy and water vapor in the atmosphere there — narrow bands of moisture that travel across the Pacific and end.
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The term was coined by American meteorologist Kerry Emanuel. The usual approach in paleotempestology is the identification of deposits left by storms. Ocean of Storms by Christopher Mari and Jeremy K. Brown is a so-so science fiction novel.
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