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86 million people are now exposed to floods – how can satellite data help?

The amount of the global population exposed to floods has grown 10x more than previously thought. Image: REUTERS/TT News Agency/Fredrik Sandberg

Lori Harwood

Author and director of external relations, Futurity and the College of Social and Behavioral sciences at the university of Arizona

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