Storm Resistance

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A major concern of coastal and ocean resilience is resistance to wind damage during storms and hurricanes, particularly for the Caribbean region.

The shape of a structure can have a great deal of effect on its vulnerability to wind. Sharp angles and broad flat surfaces have lots of wind resistance. There are a couple of shapes that minimize this wind resistance: