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Reducing Wind Damage Vulnerability When You Re-Roof

Reducing Wind Damage Vulnerability When You Re-Roof (2001) Many houses contain a weak link in the connection of the roof sheathing to the rafters or trusses. This makes the roof vulnerable to wind damage, but re-roofing can help. Also available as a printed brochure...

Protecting Windows and Doors from Wind Damage

Protecting Windows and Doors from Wind Damage (2001) Catastrophic building failure can result from the loss of a simple window or door during a storm. Learn how to protect openings in your home from wind damage. Also available as a printed brochure for distribution....

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2008

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2008 A website was developed to provide resources to coastal decision-makers, community planners, and local officials. S.C. Sea Grant Consortium researchers helped improve Georgia stormwater policies. S.C. Sea Grant...

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2003

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2003 An estimated 6,000 volunteers removed trash from South Carolina waterways. Researchers deployed mobile wind towers along the projected path of Hurricane Isabel in advance of the storm. The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium was...

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2001

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2001 The S.C. Sea Grant Board of Directors elected Dr. Ronald R. Ingle as chair. Clemson University engineers ripped apart 15 flood-damaged houses to test hurricane-resistant retrofits. With the guidance of the NEMO program,...