The growth of cities is contributing to an increase in industrial and pollution hazards, at times due to interactions with natural hazards. A collection of papers discussing the use of geospatial data and techniques to address anthropoegnic hazards is presented in this session.
|Presenter||Pierre Goovaerts*, BioMedware, The Drinking Water Crisis in Flint, Michigan: Modeling the Space-Time Distribution of Water Lead Levels Using Geostatistics and Multiple Data Layers||20||10:00 AM|
|Presenter||Jake Nelson*, Arizona State University, Tony Grubesic, Arizona State University, Ran Wei, University of California, Riverside, Spatial Optimization to Enhance Oil Spill Damage Control||20||10:20 AM|
|Presenter||Thomas Marlow*, , Hazardous Conditions: Industrial growth and environmental inequality in Rhode Island, 1954-2016||20||10:40 AM|
|Presenter||Hongbo Zhao*, , Yuanbo Feng, Student, Guanpeng Dong, colleague, Changhong Miao, teacher, Residents’ Perception of Health and Environmental Hazard in Zhengzhou Metropolitan Area,China：Spatial Differentiation and Influencing Factors||20||11:00 AM|
|Presenter||Kate Lenahan*, University of California - Berkeley, Emergent Pathways of Groundwater Contamination: Sea-Level Induced Groundwater Rise on Hazardous Sites of the San Francisco Bay||20||11:20 AM|
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