Extreme population exposure: Hurricane Dorian medical response in Great Abaco, Bahamas
- Outlines health consequences of Hurricane Dorian landfall on the Bahamas
- "Atmospheric scientists are observing that, in the era of climate change, Atlantic storms are becoming stronger, wetter, and slower moving as they come over land; Dorian matched this evolving profile, three-for-three"
- "The system's forward movement slowed to near standstill, creating one of the longest-duration population exposures to a hurricane in history"
Sep 30, 2019 | CNN
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