Bill Anderson Fund PechaKucha

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:
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Kayode Atoba, Texas A&M University

New Towns Coping with Flood Risk in the Netherlands

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Michelle Dovil, Howard University

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

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Asia Dowtin, University of Delaware

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

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Henry Smart, Virginia Tech

One Hand Washes the Other: Disaster Declarations and Presidential Pork

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