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Volume 40, Number 4, Winter 2006
Stemming the Tide of Coastal Disasters, Part I. Guest Editors: Margaret Davidson and Thomas C. Malone

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Foreword

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Living on the Edge
pp. 3-4(2)
Authors: Davidson, Margaret; Malone, Thomas C.

Commentary

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Stemming the Tide of Coastal Disasters
pp. 5-6(2)
Authors: Witt, James Lee; Loy, Admiral James

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Land Use Planning and its Potential to Reduce Hazard Vulnerability: Current Practices and Future Possibilities
pp. 7-15(9)
Authors: Puszkin-Chevlin, Ana; Hernandez, Debra; Murley, James

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Social Vulnerabilities and Hurricane Katrina: An Unnatural Disaster in New Orleans
pp. 16-26(11)
Authors: Laska, Shirley; Morrow, Betty Hearn

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Developing the IOOS for Improved Management and Mitigation of Coastal Inundation
pp. 45-55(11)
Authors: Malone, Thomas C.; Hemsley, Michael J.

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A Community Approach to Improved Prediction and Characterization of Coastal Storm Hazards
pp. 56-68(13)
Authors: Ebersole, Bruce A.; Resio, Donald T.; Westerink, Joannes J.

Commentary

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The Community Modeling Approach
pp. 69-70(2)
Authors: Erickson, Mary; Scholz, Paul; Toepfer, Fred; Colton, Marie

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A New Architecture for Coastal Inundation and Flood Warning Prediction
pp. 71-77(7)
Authors: Pietrafesa, L.J.; Kelleher, K.; Karl, T.; Davidson, M.; Peng, M.; Bao, S.; Dickey, D.; Xie, L.; Liu, H.; Xia, M.

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Oceanographic Models as a Tool for Data Integration
pp. 78-85(8)
Authors: Gill, Stephen K.; Aikman III, Frank

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Improving Tsunami Forecast Skill Using Deep Ocean Observations
pp. 86-89(4)
Authors: Bernard, Eddie; Titov, Vasily

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The Need for Sustained and Integrated High-Resolution Mapping of Dynamic Coastal Environments
pp. 90-99(10)
Authors: Stockdon, Hilary F.; Lillycrop, Jeff W.; Howd, Peter A.; Wozencraft, Jennifer M.

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Development of a Coastal Ocean Observing System for the Gulf of Mexico
pp. 100-109(10)
Authors: Jochens, Ann E.; Nowlin, Jr., Worth D.

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Regional Coastal IOOS Development in the Southeastern United States: Emerging Capabilities to Address Coastal Natural Hazards
pp. 110-117(8)
Authors: DeVoe, Richard M.; Buckley, Earle; Dorton, Jennifer; Fletcher, Madilyn; Leonard, Lynn; Lumpkin, Parker; Mooers, Christopher N. K.; Pietrafesa, Leonard J.; Porter, Dwayne; Seim, Harvey; Sheldon, Susannah; Xie, Lian

Book Review

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Global Coastal Change
pp. 118-119(2)
Author: Goldberg, Jason

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