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Managing U.S. Flood Risk: Part II, the New Pluvial Component

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Modeling Fundamentals: The Dynamic Nature of Science in Catastrophe Modeling

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March 16, 2017

This article is an update of an article originally published in 2009 in which Dr. Guin discusses why it is so important for scientists and engineers at AIR to determine whether competing approaches are credible and how much weight to assign to emerging science before a consensus is reached.
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The New Science of Event Attribution

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March 26, 2020

Advances in climate models and data science fed by a deeper physical understanding of the mechanisms that cause extreme weather events have opened up a relatively new branch of climate change science: the science of event attribution. This article discusses the approaches used in event attribution and how this new science may be applied in future.
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Modeling Hurricane Risk in a Warm Ocean Climate— A Measured Approach

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June 05, 2012

The 2012 hurricane season officially began on June 1st , marking an opportune time to discuss hurricane risk in a warm ocean climate. In this article, which was originally published in November 2011, Dr. Tim Doggett and Dr. Peter S. Dailey take a look at AIR’s warm sea surface temperature catalog and discuss why AIR's approach is the most stable, robust, and scientifically defensible one available.
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