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  • Author:
    Theresa C Aragon
    Advisory Committee:
    Yahya Kurama, Donald Meinheit, Ashley Thrall, Brian Smith
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2018-08-17
  • Author:
    Anne E. Mattingly
    Advisory Committee:
    Joshua D. Shrout, Shaun W. Lee, Na Wei, Paul W. Bohn
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2018-10-30
  • Author:
    Clayton R. Johnson
    Advisory Committee:
    Kyle Doudrick, Jeremy B. Fein, Joshua Shrout, Amy Hixon
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2018-10-25
  • Author(s):
    Angela Chesler
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2018-08-15
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Angela Chesler
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2018-08-15
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author:
    Philip Alan Smith Jr.
    Advisory Committee:
    Jeremy Fein, Amy Hixon, Peter C. Burns, Allen Oliver
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    PhD
    Defense Date:
    2018-07-02
  • Author:
    Luning Sun
    Advisory Committee:
    Andrew Kennedy
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    MSCE
    Defense Date:
    2018-04-25
  • Author:
    Yingying Chen
    Advisory Committee:
    Na Wei
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    PhD
    Defense Date:
    2018-05-08
  • Creator(s):
    Kevin Roche
    Description:

    This record contains all data used in the experimental study, “Modeling benthic vs. hyporheic uptake in unshaded streams with varying substrates,” presently in review for the journal JGR-Biogeosciences.

    Date Created:
    2018-05-29
  • Author(s):
    Tracy Kijewski-Correa, Debra Javeline
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2018-05-22
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Debra Javeline, Tracy Kijewski-Correa
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2017-06-13
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Debra Javeline, Tracy Kijewski-Correa
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2017-12-15
    Resource Type
    Report