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How Hurricane Katrina Changed Climate Research
Climate Central, August 29

Hurricane Katrina helped galvanize hurricane-climate change research, and 10 years later, significant strides have been made. Two leaders in the field, Lamont's Adam Sobel and Suzana Camargo, explain.
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How Natural Disasters Harm The Poor More Than The Rich
Slate, August 28

It was true before Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, and it’s true now, writes Lamont-Doherty's John Mutter.
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This Year’s Wildfires May Change Western Forests Forever
Take Part, August 27

Instead of aiding regeneration, the megafires we're seeing today are destroying forests, Lamont-Doherty's Park Williams says. "What comes back might not be anything like what we consider the natural state of the forest.”
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Hurricanes May Get Stronger, And Society Needs To Prepare
The Chronicle Herald, August 26

Lamont-Doherty's Adam Sobel, head of the Extreme Weather and Climate Initiative and author of Storm Surge, speaks in Halifax about hurricane risk.
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10 Years Later, No One Knows How Many People Died Because Of Katrina
Fivethirtyeight, August 26

After Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, Lamont's John Mutter and others began looking into the lack of standards for counting the human toll of hurricanes. They set out to develop new methods.