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Storms could be more intense this hurricane season. Here’s how to prepare. The Public’s Radio, June 3, 2024

RI-CHAMP: Revolutionizing Storm Preparedness, MGHPCC News, October 12, 2023

URI’s hurricane expert, Isaac Ginis, discusses storm forecasting, URI Rhody Today, September 22, 2023

Just too much water, URI professor talks about future risks after week of storms, Warwick Beacon, September 21, 2023

URI professor’s storm monitoring system informs emergency, Providence Business News, July 11, 2023

URI oceanography professor’s computer modeling system to help keep R.I. officials ahead of strong storms, URI Rhody Today, June 28, 2023

Climate changes will bring fiercer storms to RI. Are we prepared? | Opinion, Providence Journal, June 11, 2023

Noreaster Research Project for Acadia National Park, National Park Service, December 2022. 

The Rhode Island Coastal Hazards Analysis, Modeling, and Prediction System, SC22, Dallas, November 14–17, 2022

Superstorm Sandy Showed Ocean State What Future Storms Could Look Like, ecoRI News, November 3, 2022

URI researcher: Hurricanes getting easier to predict, The Public’s Radio, October 25, 2022

Turning the tide: URI professor’s research stays current, The Good 5 Cent Cigar, October 13, 2022

From Severe Drought to Severe Flooding in One Day, GoLocalProv, September 6, 2022

Rhode Island Coastal Hazards, Analysis, Modeling & Prediction (RI-CHAMP), URI Momentum: Research & Innovation Magazine, Spring 2022, p.6-15.

Actionable Information, Aboard GSO Magazine, Spring 2022

Knowing What’s Possible, Aboard GSO Magazine, Spring 2022

Researchers explore effects of sea level rise, extreme weather, National Public Radio, November 17, 2021

Researchers look to prepare coastal New England for future storms, Connecticut Public Radio, November 16, 2021

How can understanding the scenarios of rising sea levels help New England parks prepare for Nor’easters?, Oceanbites, Sept. 27, 2020

URI oceanographer develops high-resolution hurricane model, WPRI, Sep 12, 2018

New hurricane guidance models being developed at URI, Turn To 10, Sep 12, 2018

URI Researchers Developing New Hurricane Forecast Model, ABC6 WLNE-TV, Sep 11, 2018

Hurricane Florence first to grow in strength so far north in Atlantic, Deleware Online, Sep 11, 2018

Improved hurricane forecast models in development at URI, Providence Journal, Sep 11, 2018

Oceanographer’s hurricane models deliver more precise forecasts, URI today, September 7, 2018

Forecast is for fewer hurricanes this year, Cranston Herald, Aug 8, 2018

Experts: Cape Cod should prepare for the worst hurricanes, Cape Cod Times, Aug 5, 2018

Hypothetical hurricanes: Modeling coastal hazards in Rhode Island, DHS Coastal Resilience Center December 15, 2017

Weather conference asks: Are we “ready for Hurricane Rhody?”, Providence Journal, November 4, 2017

Five Years After Sandy: Scientists used storm to develop new forecasting techniques, technology to prepare for future storms, Westerly Sun, November 1, 2017 

URI’s Big Thinkers: Isaac Ginis, 2017

URI Hurricane Experts  Build Models of High Impact Hurricane Scenarios, GoLocalProv June 27, 2017

URI Professor of Oceanography Talks Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, and his Hurricane Rhody Model on State of Mind, Fox Providence September 13, 2017 

Irma and Newfoundland’s stormy future, The Telegraph September 8, 2017

Rhode Island researchers partner with emergency managers for statewide preparedness exercise, DHS Coastal Resilience Center, July 14, 2017

Coastal Resilience Center project to utilize cloud computing award to simulate storm impacts, DHS Coastal Resilience Center, July 14, 2017

URI hurricane expert receives award from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, URI Today, March 28, 2017

Five Questions with Isaac Ginis, Providence Business News, August 31, 2016

URI scientist plays key role in hurricane forecasting, URI Today,  July 12, 2016

Northeast Hurricane Modeling Outdated, EcoRI, July 26, 2014

The Ingredients for a Hurricane, Smithsonian Ocean, October 6, 2010

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