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Digital copies of Ted Fujita and Roger Wakimoto's hurricane landfall analyses now available

After the landfall of very strong hurricanes, NOAA contracted with Drs. Ted Fujita of the University of Chicago and Roger Wakimoto of the University of California Los Angeles to produce damage surveys of the affected areas.   215 more words

Observations

Remembering Hurricane Hugo

In the Colonial period tropical storms and hurricanes were known as “September gales,” probably because the ones people remembered and wrote about were those which damaged or destroyed crops just before they were to be harvested. 517 more words

The Big Fundamental hangs'em up

For thousands if not millions of years natural disasters have occurred on planet Earth causing humans to adapt and adjust to at times it’s devastating aftermath.   503 more words

In The Eye Of The Storm

IN THE EYE OF THE STORM

I recently watched an interesting video on YouTube of a scientific expedition into the middle of hurricane Hugo to monitor and record what went on inside the hurricane which was rapidly approaching the east coast of America. 1,133 more words

Christian Life

Embracing Change, and 20 Charlotte Secrets

Change has always been difficult for me to accept. I’ve had the same zip code since 1984. In an age where a lot of my contemporaries change states every couple of years, I still drive past my high school at least twice a day and have dinner with my family at least once a week. 1,147 more words

Cameron Wood