Ayyub Research Featured in Washington Post, Other Venues

Ayyub Research Featured in Washington Post, Other Venues

Ayyub Research Featured in Washington Post, Other Venues


Newspapers like The Washington Post and other media outlets have picked up research by Clark School civil engineering professor Bilal Ayyub and colleagues on the potential for catastrophic impacts on Washington, D.C., should a superstorm like Hurricane Sandy hit closer to this area.

Read the Washington Post story online.

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