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Unique Vulnerability of the New York–New Jersey Metropolitan Area to Hurricane Destructi on | Journal of Coastal Research | Nicholas K. Coch

Nicholas K. Coch Journal of Coastal Research (2015) 31 (1): 196–212. https://doi.org/10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-13-00183.1 ABSTRACT Coch, N.K., 2015. Unique vulnerability of the New York–New Jersey Metropolitan Area to hurricane destruction. Hurricanes making landfall in the New York–New Jersey Metropolitan Area (NYNJMA) are … Continue reading

Storm Tracker

CUNYMedia Nov 2, 2010 If you think the probability of a monster hurricane hitting the New York City metro area is slim, think again, says Queens College geologist Nicholas Coch.

The urban hurricane

CBS Aug 27, 2011 Jeff Glor speaks with Coastal Geologist, Dr. Nicholas Coch about hurricanes that have hit New York City in the past and how this storm will affect the city.

Storm Tracker

CUNYMedia Uploaded on Nov 2, 2010 If you think the probability of a monster hurricane hitting the New York City metro area is slim, think again, says Queens College geologist Nicholas Coch.

The urban hurricane

CBS News Published on Aug 27, 2011 Jeff Glor speaks with Coastal Geologist, Dr. Nicholas Coch about hurricanes that have hit New York City in the past and how this storm will affect the city. Global Climate Change Environment Ethics … Continue reading

Storm Tracker

CUNYMedia Uploaded on Nov 2, 2010 If you think the probability of a monster hurricane hitting the New York City metro area is slim, think again, says Queens College geologist Nicholas Coch. Global Climate Change Environment Ethics Environment Justice

Son of Sandy: Bracing for the Next Devastating Hurricane

The City University of New York– Apr 19, 2013 Queens College hurricane expert Nicholas K. Coch calls for rezoning to bar structures less than 500 feet from the shoreline, building flood walls and protecting subway and tunnels to reduce damage … Continue reading

Son of Sandy: Bracing for the Next Devastating Hurricane

CUNYMedia Apr 19, 2013 Queens College hurricane expert Nicholas K. Coch calls for rezoning to bar structures less than 500 feet from the shoreline, building flood walls and protecting subway and tunnels to reduce damage from future hurricanes. With sea … Continue reading

Son of Sandy: Bracing for the Next Devastating Hurricane

CUNYMedia Published on Apr 19, 2013 Queens College hurricane expert Nicholas K. Coch calls for rezoning to bar structures less than 500 feet from the shoreline, building flood walls and protecting subway and tunnels to reduce damage from future hurricanes. … Continue reading

NYC hurricane expert: “Sandy wasn’t the Big One”

By Greg Hanscom on 22 Oct 2013 Hurricane SandyNASA GOES Project One year ago today, Superstorm Sandy was just a twinkle in meteorologists’ eyes. The storm, which kicked up from a low-pressure area in the Caribbean Sea on Oct. 22, … Continue reading