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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Storm Surge Hazard newsletter


Hurricane Storm Surge—Complex Dynamics, High Losses

Learn about the complex dynamics of storm surge and the key variables affecting loss potential.



newsletter coastal

The Growing Value of U.S. Coastal Property at Risk
The appetite for oceanfront property continues unabated. That’s why losses from hurricane winds and storm surge will only continue to increase.

newsletter vulnerability

Insights into Storm Surge Vulnerability
Understand what contributes to the vulnerability of different lines of business to storm surge.

did you know

Did You Know...
...that using current-day exposures, storm surge accounts for a remarkably constant proportion of total hurricane losses over time?


Introducing the New AIR Storm Surge Module for the U.S.
AIR's new hydrodynamic storm surge module for the U.S. hurricane model accurately assesses risk at very high resolution.

Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Selects AIR's Fund Designation Service to Optimize its Risk
Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Company of Iowa (FMH) has selected AIR Worldwide's Fund Designation Service to better optimize its risk and enhance its fund designation strategy.

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