Improved hurricane models could save lives, money

The 2005 Atlantic Coast hurricane season was the most devastating to the region in recorded history, with Hurricane Katrina alone causing catastrophic damage. Despite sophisticated storm tracking and warning systems, the predictions on the season's storms missed the mark with tragic consequences—an estimated 3,913 deaths and more than $159 billion in property damage.

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