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Understanding the Socioeconomic Trends in Areas Impacted by Flooding During Hurricane Harvey In Houston, Texas
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On August 31, 2017 The New York Times published an article titled “Storm With „No Boundaries‟ Took Aim at Rich and Poor Alike” (Turkewitz and Burch, 2017). The storm they are referring to is Hurricane Harvey, which dropped up to 60 inches of rain in a matter of 4 days in some locations of the Houston metropolitan area (Blake and Zelinsky, 2018). The objective of this study is inspired by the article mentioned beforehand and aims to explore the socioeconomic trends of the areas that were flooded in the city of Houston as a result of Hurricane Harvey.
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