The University of Delaware’s Disaster Research Center offers several experts who can talk about various aspects of a storm such as Hurricane Dorian.
Tricia Wachtendorf: Evacuation decision-making, disaster response and coordination, disaster relief (donations) and logistics, volunteer and emergent efforts, social vulnerability.
James Kendra: Disaster response, nursing homes and hospitals, volunteers, response coordination.
Jennifer Horney: Environmental impacts of disasters and potential public health impacts for chronic and infectious diseases.
Sarah DeYoung: Pets in emergencies, infant feeding in disasters and decision-making in hurricane evacuation.
Jennifer Trivedi: Cultural issues and long-term recovery.
A.R. Siders: Sea level rise, rebuilding or retreat after storms, risks to U.S. military bases.
Joe Trainor: Post-hurricane housing decisions and insurance.
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