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Hoboken Historical Museum - Hoboken: One Year After Sandy, Lessons Learned about Preparedness, Resiliency, and Community. Oct. 29, 2013 - July 6, 2014. Southeast section. by Hoboken Historical Museum

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Jun 22, 2014
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The southeast section with a display of items suggested for preparation for disasters. CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) reading materials and "GO" bags are seen along with fascimiles of the many FEMA publications that were distributed at their temporary local office after the storm.
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Also a workstation with and interactive whiteboard (not on in this view) with an several presentations including:
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HOBOKEN FLOODING ANIMATION
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Water levels and movements are shown over a two-and-a-half day period. It shows how the storm surge inundated the lower parts of Hoboken from the north and south. It moved very quickly when the high tide arrived at around 8 PM on Oct. 29th. And note how fast the surge receded, but leaving behind several feet of water.
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A color scale at the lower right provides a key to the depths covering Hoboken. The Hudson River is to the right.
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The animation runs 47 seconds and is useful to view several times to understand the timing and depths. You can also view it under VIDEOS by returning to the photo/video media stations; you stop and start the timeline to study in closer detail the surge.
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Animation courtesy of the Davidson Laboratory of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Center for Maritime Systems, Dr. Alan F. Blumberg, Director.
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