Lessons from Hurricane Ike by Philip Bedient was released on May 16, 2012. This latest book from the SSPEED Center bridges the gap between the physical science, social science, and policy in hurricane preparedness and planning to present a brief overview of the premier research being conducted in the wake of Hurricane Ike. The book brings together experts in their respective fields to discuss subjects like meteorology, flood prediction and warning systems, storm surge, emergency management, evacuation planning, infrastructure, and of course Hurricane Ike. Lessons from Hurricane Ike appeals to many different audiences, and everyone from concerned citizen to weather enthusiast to policy makers and urban planners will enjoy this book.
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Lessons from Hurricane Ike media coverage:
- Bay Area Citizen, 6/1/2012
- KPRC NBC News, 6/1/2012
- KUHF Radio - 5/31/2012
- The Daily News - 5/30/2012
- Ultimate West U - 5/21/2012
- Great Day Houston - 5/16/2012
- Rice University: News and Media - 5/14/2012
- Phys Org - 5/14/2012
- KRIV Fox 26 News - 5/11/2012