Bill Anderson Fund PechaKucha
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.
New Towns Coping with Flood Risk in the Netherlands
The Place We Call Home: A Critical Analysis of Communities at Risk for Sea-Level Rise and Natural Hazards
Quantifying Hydrologic Fluxes in Urban Forest Fragments to Improve Our Understanding of their Role in Metropolitan Flood Risk Mitigation
One Hand Washes the Other: Disaster Declarations and Presidential Pork