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Engineering for Natural Disasters: Home
This guide is a collection of resources for applied engineering in times of natural disaster. This covers earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, and tsunamis.
This guide is a collection of resources for preventative and responsive engineering in lieu of the recent worldwide natural disasters. It contains a variety of resources from government, public and non-profit sources.
Rising Waters by Samuel D. Brody; Wesley E. Highfield; Jung Eun KangHurricane Katrina and the flooding of New Orleans in 2005 confirmed what had been tacitly understood by local policy makers for a long time: that the problem of flooding is getting worse and that this presents a major risk to the health and safety of the American population.