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The Probability of the Next Terrorist Attack | Stats + Stories Episode 182

The Probability of the Next Terrorist Attack | Stats + Stories Episode 182

Update: 2021-04-01
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When planning for potential disasters, we often focus on hurricanes that might ravage coastal areas or tornados and droughts that strike rural parts of the Midwest. But researchers are also working to uncover the vulnerabilities faced by urban areas and that’s the focus of this episode of Stats and Stories with guest Walter Piegorsch.

Walter W. Piegorsch is the Director of Statistical Research & Education at the University of Arizona’s BIO5 Institute. He is also a Professor of Mathematics, a Professor of Public Health, a Member and former Chair of the University’s Graduate Interdisciplinary Program (GIDP) in Statistics. Dr. Piegorsch’s research focuses on data science and informatics for environmental hazards and risk assessment.
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The Probability of the Next Terrorist Attack | Stats + Stories Episode 182

The Probability of the Next Terrorist Attack | Stats + Stories Episode 182

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