New model to improve accuracy of storm surge analysis

New model to improve accuracy of storm surge analysis


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Accurately predicting how many people are at risk due to sea level rise and storm surges has always challenged scientists, but a new method is improving models that account for the impact of these natural occurrences.

A new international study published today in the journal Nature Communications, applied a novel statistical method that — for the first time — captures the important interactions between tides and storm surges…

Read Full Article, Science Daily (04-21-2020)

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