Under climate change, heat hazards and associated the influence of increasing population density, mobility, and impervious surfaces are increasingly important. This session includes papers that focus on measurement, analysis, and solutions to extreme heat.
|Presenter||Mariana Alfonso Fragomeni*, University of Georgia, James Marshall Shepherd, University of Georgia, Rosanna Rivero, University of Georgia, Using Collaborative GIS to Address Heat Vulnerability: A Case Study in Savannah-GA||20||3:20 PM|
|Presenter||Vivek Shandas*, Portland State University, Meenakshi Rao, Portland State University, Lynne Messer, Portland State University, Linda George, Portland State University, Paul Anthony Wild, Portland State University, Cooling the City: Micro scale physical interventions for reducing heat stress on maternal and child health||20||3:40 PM|
|Presenter||Forrest Scott Schoessow*, Ohio State University, Peter D. Howe, Utah State University, Toward humans as sensors: how dynamic space-time heat exposure patterns influence risk perception across the contiguous United States||20||4:00 PM|
|Presenter||Aaron Flores*, Texas Tech University, Measuring Vulnerability to Extreme Heat in Lubbock, Texas Using a Heat Vulnerability Index||20||4:20 PM|
|Presenter||Chunhong Zhao*, Texas State University - San Marcos - San Marcos, TX, Surface urban heat island investigation by linking land surface temperature with local climatic zones||20||4:40 PM|
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