Type: Poster
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Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 3:05 PM / 4:45 PM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers



ID Title Participant
00108 Hurricanes and forest in Puerto Rico: A systematic literature review Tania Lopez-Marrero
University of Puerto Rico
00109 Hazard Visualization and Risk Assessment of Morrison, Colorado Jordan Bretthauer
Department of Geography & the Environment, University of Denver
00110 Bluff Retreat Bayesian Modeling and Littoral Sediment Input Mapping on the Lake Erie Coast of Pennsylvania, USA Anthony Foyle
Penn State Erie - The Behrend College
00111 Assessing Social-Economic Impacts of Earthquakes in Southern California Elvis Carrillo
00112 Identifying disaster impacted areas with machine learning and geospatial analysis using social media data Clemens Havas
00113 Coastal Resilience - Virginia Eastern Shore Chris Bruce
The Nature Conservancy
00114 Allocating flood evacuation shelters in Austin, Texas: a multi-criteria approach Mayowa Lasode
Department of Geography, Texas State University
00115 Lake Ontario flooding in the Greater Rochester Area Scott Williams
00116 Identification and evaluation of flood-avoidance driving routes in Tucson, AZ Ashley Coles
Texas Christian University
0117 Flooding Risk and Resiliency Across Mozambique Damien Wilson
University of Maryland
0118 How much is too much? Where water and growth collide in the North Houston suburbs Ross Guida
0119 The Socioeconomic Demographics of Water Use During Drought: Using Cape Town, South Africa as a Model Sally Roscoe
Hofstra University
0120 The Causal Factors of Fire Occurrences in Semi-Arid Environments: Case Studies of Phoenix and Las Vegas Shitian Wan
University of Cincinnati
0121 Levees, Hydrologic Uncertainty, and Floodplain Development: A Longitudinal Analysis of Yuba County, California Burrell Montz
East Carolina University
0122 Analyzing the Rate of Reconstruction and the Socioeconomic/ Cultural Regions in Post-Katrina New Orleans Adrienne Swindle
University of North Alabama
0123 Manufactured Home Residents, Risk Perception, and Tornado Sheltering in the American Mid-South Kevin Ash
University of Florida
0124 Use of IMERG Satellite Products and Distributed Modeling to Simulate Urban Flooding in Fujairah, UAE Khameis Alabdouli

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