A Scientist Who Foresaw Sandy Surge Reflects from His Flooded Home

New York Times: Klaus Jacob, a Columbia University earth scientist who pretty precisely projected the flooding a big hurricane surge could cause in New York City long before Hurricane Sandy hit, reflects in this video on the impacts on the region - including on his own storm-flooded home in Piermont, N.Y., a tiny town along the Hudson River a few miles north of the George Washington Bridge. (The video was shot by the university.) My initial reaction was centered on the ironies in such a situation, but listen......

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