Storm-Related Research and Scientific Learning Soars in Hurricane Sandy’s Wake

Wall Street Journal: As someone who came to New Jersey specifically to study sea-level rise and catastrophic storms, Ben Horton felt superstorm Sandy had presented him with a gift, albeit a grim one. “There was so much interest in science explaining why Sandy caused so much damage late in the hurricane season,” said Mr. Horton, a British native who is a professor of sea-level research at Rutgers University. “It provided a focus for us.” Three years since Sandy caused historic damage to the region, scientific learning......

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