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    How to combat hurricane damage and sea-level rise? Lessons from the Texas gulf coast
    Current natural disaster thinking relative to Galveston Bay relies on antiquated storm protection techniques and land development practices doomed to repeated failures. Rice's Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters Center is mentioned.

    - The Huffington Post- 12/7/2012

    'Ike Dike' plans aren't dead yet
    James Blackburn, professor in the practice of environmental law, is quoted in an article about the possibility that the proposed "Ike Dike" may not be built. Phil Bedient, the Herman Brown Professor of Engineering and director of Rice's Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters Center, is mentioned.

    - Galveston Daily News- 11/25/2012

    The science of Hurricane Sandy
    Phil Bedient, the Herman Brown Professor of Engineering and director of Rice's Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters Center, is quoted in an article about Hurricane Sandy.

    - Scientific American - 10/31/2012

    Dutch tour strengthens backing for 'Ike Dike'

    - Houston Chronicle - 9/30/2012

    What would Isaac have done to Houston?

    - KHOU 11 News - 8/30/2012

    Rice/TMC Flood Alert System on the mark

    - Rice University: News and Media - 7/13/2012

    Lessons from Ike

    - Great Day Houston - 5/16/2012

    Bedient hopes "Lessons from Hurricane Ike" prompts action

    - Rice University: News and Media - 5/14/2012

    Post-Ike Bolivar build better, bigger

    - KRIV Fox 26 News - 5/11/2012

    Challenge of storms remains for area

    - Houston Chronicle - 3/26/2012

 

 

 

 
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