The first study to demonstrate evolutionary response to hurricanes on a wide geographic scale focuses on anoles and the size of their toepads.
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Mangrove trees, which grow in coastal waters and have dense and stable root structures, may be one useful tool for staving off damage from hurricanes.
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The 2020 hurricane season will see 18 to 22 named storms forming in the Atlantic basin, researchers report.
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A new algorithm that predicts almost real-time flow of floodwater during hurricanes could improve emergency response and planning.
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Scientists knew human-induced climate change would cause Hurricane Florence to be bigger and wetter, even before the storm hit. Here's how.
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Human habitat management gives species a better shot at avoiding extinction in the face of natural disasters like hurricanes
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Breast cancer patients who lived through Hurricane Katrina have a 15% higher death rate. An expert says that highlights issues with health care access.
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Monitoring bridges during hurricanes will give researchers real-time information about the effects of waves and rising water.
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"More than half of all Americans do not prepare for disasters." Are you one of them? Here's what you can do.
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