AIR Currents

AIR Currents

Our monthly online magazine, AIR Currents, provides a forum for AIR scientists, engineers, actuaries, and business leaders to discuss innovations and trends in catastrophe modeling and the insurance industry. From exploring how the latest science and engineering research are driving improvements to our models, to sharing the lessons learned from recent disasters, to helping companies develop better and more robust catastrophe risk management practices, AIR Currents offers an unparalleled level of insight into what AIR experts are working on and thinking about.

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Newsletter: Understanding Ebola Outbreak

Understanding the Ebola Outbreak

As fear heightens over the seemingly unchecked spread of the outbreak, AIR disease modeling experts break through the hype.

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The Loma Prieta Earthquake, 25 Years Later
This year is the 25th anniversary of the October 17, 1989, Loma Prieta earthquake. What have we learned?

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Hurricane Odile Damage in Pictures
A post-disaster survey team visited areas of Baja California, Mexico, that bore the brunt of Hurricane Odile in September. View the image gallery.

Did You Know?
...although rare, tsunamis can occur on the Atlantic coast of North America? Read more.

After Phailin: Understanding Cyclone Risk In India
Phailin in 2013 was the strongest cyclone to make landfall in India in 14 years, but insured losses were low because the storm affected a relatively sparsely populated region. AIR's analysis reveals that significantly higher losses are possible. Download the white paper.

Locked and Loaded: New Research Results for South America Earthquake
New research insights improve the understanding of earthquake and tsunami risk across South America. Read the blog post.

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