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  • 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
  • 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
  • Creator(s):
    Indrajith D Nissanka, David H Richter
    Description:

    This set of data set include the required data to re generate the figures given in the manuscript “Parameterized vertical concentration for aerosols in marine atmospheric boundary layer”

    Date Created:
    2018-04-09
  • Author(s):
    Tianze Peng, David Richter
    Abstract:

    Sea-spray droplets ejected into the air-sea boundary layer take part in a series of complex transport processes. To model the air-sea exchange of heat under high-wind conditions, it is important yet challenging to understand influences of evaporative droplets in the atmospheric boundary layer. We implement a high-resolution Eulerian-Lagrangian algorithm with varied droplets laden in a turbulent open-channel flow to reveal the dynamic and thermodynamic characteristics of droplets. Our past num…

    Date Created:
    2017-12-14
    Resource Type
    Presentation
  • Author:
    Maria Gibbs
    Advisory Committee:
    Ahsan Kareem
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    PhD
    Defense Date:
    2017-06-30
  • Author:
    Travis A. Olds
    Advisory Committee:
    Jeremy B. Fein, Peter C. Burns, Allen G. Oliver, Antonio Simonetti
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    PhD
    Defense Date:
    2017-06-06
  • Author:
    Michael R. Brandes
    Advisory Committee:
    Alex Taflanidis, Yahya Kurama, Michael McGinnis
    Degree Area:
    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
    Degree:
    MSCE
    Defense Date:
    2017-05-26
  • Creator(s):
    Tianze Peng, David Richter
    Description:

    This spreadsheet contains data of figures in “Influence of Evaporating Droplets in the Turbulent Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer” published in Boundary Layer Meteorology by Springer.

    Title Influence of Evaporating Droplets in the Turbulent Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer
    Journal Boundary-Layer Meteorology, (online first), 1-22 DOI 10.1007/s10546-017-0285-7

    Date Created:
    2017-04-26