The impacts of coastal hazards continue to rise due to the increases of populations in at-risk areas and hazard intensity. This session includes papers that discuss the use of spatio-temporal analytics to characterize exposure and vulnerability to coastal flooding.
|Presenter||John Troutman*, , An Analysis of Storm Surge Swaths from Significant Gulf of Mexico Hurricanes||20||4:40 PM|
|Presenter||Yiyi He*, UC Berkeley, Yang Ju, University of California Berkeley, Sarah lindbergh, University of California, Berkeley, Uncertainties in coastal infrastructure’s exposure to sea level rise and storm surge flooding: a long-term analysis in the San Francisco Bay Area between 2000 and 2100||20||5:00 PM|
|Presenter||Lauren Rosul*, , Narcisa Pricope, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences University of North Carolina Wilmington, Modeling Vulnerability to Inland and Coastal Inundation in North Carolina Using High-Resolution Finished Floor Elevations||20||5:20 PM|
|Presenter||Ameen Kadhim*, , Flooded with error: handling uncertainty in SRTM 1” for the assessment of sea level rise in the Mississippi River Delta||20||5:40 PM|
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