Research: Protecting New Yorkers Against the Next Big Storm
Sep23

Research: Protecting New Yorkers Against the Next Big Storm

A year ago next month, New York and the Northeastern U.S. was hit by the biggest storm in recent memory — Hurricane Sandy. As the effects of the storm are still seen today — losses that total $68 billion and countless people displaced — SUNY is continuing its work to ensure a safer and more predictable landfall should another Sandy-sized storm hit the region. When Hurricane Sandy brought the Eastern seaboard to a...

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