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As we enter the 2021 hurricane season, and reflecting back on the events of this past year, the term “resilience” that is now common in our everyday lexicon takes on a new meaning.
Living near a hazardous waste or Superfund site could cut your life short by about a year, reports HuRRI study published in Nature Communications.
Three HuRRI researchers are working to help identify those most in need of testing and support.
HuRRI director, Hanadi Rifai, discusses evidence of Harvey-related contamination in soil samples.
With Hurricane Irma approaching Florida, UF hurricane researchers headed south on Friday to meet the storm head on, measure wind speeds and use the data to help build safer houses.
Researchers from the University of Miami assembled a new report that includes safety and readiness recommendations for South Floridians.

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