The Waterline

09 September 2020

The 2013 storm surge which caused flooding to over 400 properties across Hull and East Yorkshire could have been much worse had it happened several hours later.

That’s according to a new research team including experts from the University of Hull.

Researchers at the University are part of a new £350,000 project to better predict flooding in 14 UK estuaries. With around 20 million people in the UK living around estuaries at risk from flooding, the research is of vital importance.

Read more on thewaterline.global

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