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#8-The Impacts of Hurricane Hugo (1991) [Finkl & Pilkey]

alt-Hurricane Hugo was a destructive Category 5 hurricane that struck Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and North Carolina in September of the 1989 Atlantic storm season. Causing over $10 billion in damage costs, Hurricane Hugo was the most damaging hurricane ever recorded at that particular time. This JCR Special Issue provides scientific accounts and analysis of the various impacts caused by this massive storm. The President of the Coastal Education & Research Foundation [CERF] and Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Coastal Research, Dr. Charles W. Finkl, serves as one of this Special Issue's editors.

 

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