Stories by

Emily Heaslip

What is a Storm Surge and What Causes It?

Lack of education in coastal communities around the world makes storm surges particularly dangerous. Learn more about storm surges in this guide.

Protecting Populations from Coastal Flooding: Promoting Resiliency with Technology

As coastal flooding is becoming more and more devastating, here’s how communities can prepare.

Hurricane Aftermath: Improving Response Strategies and Recovery Plan

Collecting accurate, real-time data is critical to improving the response and recovery to tropical storms and hurricanes.

How To Plan Ahead For Rougher And More Dangerous Coastal Storm Surges

Preparing for a coastal storm surge takes the proper combination of data, modeling, and assuming the worst. Here’s what to do if you’re in the path of a storm surge.

Protecting Your Shipping Cargo During Hurricane Season

A combination of careful planning and the right real-time precautions can help shipping companies protect cargo during hurricane season.

How Data Can Reduce the Impact of Hurricanes

Data used in seasonal hurricane forecasting and tracking hurricanes can provide stronger early warning systems and help communities prepare.

Why We Need Weather Buoys to Track Coastal Storm Surge

Hurricanes are intensifying, but the technology we use to track hurricanes is simultaneously becoming more advanced.

What is Marine Weather and How Can We Monitor It?

Marine weather is slightly different than onshore weather, and monitoring it effectively is a challenge.

Here's How We Can Get Weather Forecasts While Offshore

Weather forecasts are generated by organizations all over the world and transmitted in a number of methods.