Hurricanes and Agricultural Commodities: Economic Impacts

This podcast is part of the Streaming Science: The Science of Superstorms series. Graduate and undergraduate students in AEC 4036/6932 created these podcasts. The courses are offered in the Department of Agricultural Education and Communication at the University of Florida.

In this episode of Streaming Science, we sit down with Extension scientist Dr. Alan Hodges and learn about the economic impact hurricanes have on the agricultural industry. Backed with reports and data, Dr. Hodges gives us insight into the devastation left behind after Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Irma – and the economic damage the storms had on commodities in Florida. This podcast was created and hosted by UF College of Journalism graduate Shelby Martin.

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