Avoiding Disasters Conference (April 26th, 2016)
Philip Bedient, Rice University
NSF Coastal Flood Risk Reduction Program
A U.S -
Dutch Research & Education Partnership
The Science, the Certainties and the Uncertainties of Sea
- Level Rise and Coastal Impacts
Disasters: How to Reduce Impacts from the Next Big Storm
Anderson, Rice University
Overview of the Advanced Circulation (ADCIRC) Mode ►Read More...
Clint Dawson and Jennifer Proft, University of Texas (UT) at Austin
Modeling Coastal Storms
– Past, Present, Future Work ►Read More...
Bruce Ebersole, Jackson State University
Using Storm Surge Models to
Inform Hydraulic Feasibilities for Coastal Flood Protection ►Read More...
M. Torres, Rice University
Galveston Bay Barrier and
Gate Study. ►Read More...
Flood Risk Reduction: the Dutch
Approach ►Read More...
Bas Jonkman, TUDelft
Predicting Economic Losses Using Strong Surge Models ►Read More...
Atoba, K., Davlasheridze, M. & Brody S. , Texas A&M
Improving Damage Models for Critical Infrastructure ►Read More...
Jamie E. Padgett, Carl Bernier & Sabarethinam
Kameshwar, Rice University
Modeling Environmental Impacts ►Read More...
Hanadi S. Rifai and Amin Kiaghadi, University of Houston
Flood Risk Delineation in the U.S.:
How much loss are we capturing? ►Read More...
Russell Blessing, Antonia Sebastian,
Dr. Samuel Brody, and Dr. Philip Bedient
Resilience through Plan Integration:
Evaluating Networks of Plans using Resilience Scorecards
Matthew Malecha, Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University of Galveston: Coordinating Coastal Barrier and PIRE Coastal Resilience Research ►Read More...
Texas A&M University of Galveston
Moving Forward to Protect the
Upper Texas Coast – Converting Concepts to Reality
James F. Thompson , AECOM
H-GAPS Houston Galveston Area Protection System ►Read More...
Philip Bedient, Jim Blackburn, Larry Dunbar
Coastal Texas Protection and
Phase 2 Update
The Gulf Coast Community Protection and Recovery District