Monthly Archives: July 2012

Hurricane Alley is getting active!

One third of the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane season is done and the record shows only four named storms in what has been somewhat of a strange season, so far. There have been three tropical storms and a hurricane. Two of … Continue reading

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A hurricane approaches: How safe is your building or facility?

Natural hazards are sources of potential damage. Vulnerability results from the interaction of human activity with natural hazards. By virtue of sheltering the full range of human activity, the built-environment is at risk of sustaining damage when a given community … Continue reading

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