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Paper on a new dropwindsonde that measures sea surface temperature released online in the Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology

Warm water provides the energy for tropical cyclones to form and intensify, and knowing the temperature of the water is important in predicting how strong a hurricane will become. 225 more words

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Pro Bono Legal Efforts in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Born in East Rockaway, New York, attorney Marc Rovner is general counsel for Beta Abstract LLC. Marc Rover leverages his position as an attorney to provide pro bono legal services in his community. 179 more words

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Unlikely Tech Alliance Aids Recovery After Sandy

Last weekend, more than ten days after superstorm Sandy, and after many days of darkness, most residents of Red Hook finally had power back. But power isn’t everything anymore. 21 more words

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Can I Receive Hurricane Sandy Forbearance if I Filed for Bankruptcy?

Homeowners in New Jersey and all along the Atlantic coast will be hard-pressed to ever forget Hurricane Sandy – a deadly “superstorm” that hit the eastern seaboard in October of 2012. 632 more words

Bankruptcy

We need to talk about "ecoanxiety": Climate change is causing PTSD, anxiety, and depression on a mass scale

Depression, anxiety, grief, despair, stress—even suicide: The damage of unfolding climate change isn’t only counted in water shortages and wildfires, it’s likely eroding mental health on a mass scale, too, reports the American Psychological Association, the preeminent organization of American mental health professionals. 654 more words

MTA to reduce L train shutdown by three months

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

The MTA announced at the end of last week that the L train tunnel will likely be closed for 15 months instead of the originally-proposed 18 for Hurricane Sandy-related repairs and the shutdown will begin in April 2019 instead of that January. 273 more words

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Building business resilience

Building business resilience

PLANNING to hit the beach these days means we also instinctively plan to protect ourselves with sunscreen, a hat, pair of sunnies and the right clothing. 275 more words