Bill Anderson Fund Lightning Talks

Wed. 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Centennial F

PechaKucha is an informal gathering where presenters share their work, ideas, and thoughts in a brief but enlightening way. Each presenter displays 20 images for 20 seconds along with a narrative that highlights a specific project or set of objectives. This session showcases work being done in the hazards field by Bill Anderson Fund Fellows from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds.

Moderator: Presenters:
Kayode Atoba, Texas A&M University

New Towns Coping with Flood Risk in the Netherlands

Michelle Dovil, Howard University

The Place We Call Home: A Critical Analysis of Communities at Risk for Sea-Level Rise and Natural Hazards

Asia Dowtin, University of Delaware

Quantifying Hydrologic Fluxes in Urban Forest Fragments to Improve Our Understanding of their Role in Metropolitan Flood Risk Mitigation

Henry Smart, City University of New York

One Hand Washes the Other: Disaster Declarations and Presidential Pork

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