Lessons from Hurricane Irene

The destruction caused by Hurricane Irene reveals several key lessons, writes Brent Yarnal, a geography professor at Pennsylvania State University. Among them: Damages from such storms are underestimated and will increase in the future as people move closer to the coast. Also, more funds need to be spent to better forecast a hurricane's size and movement speed.

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