Check out our new paper on “Mitigating compound coastal water hazards in Eastern North Carolina” with co-authors Scott Curtis, Jennifer Helgeson, Jamie Kruse, and Ausmita Ghosh. This work is funded by a NOAA COCA/SARP grant.We look at Eastern North Carolina (ENC), a predominantly rural region, that experiences the intersection of fluvial, pluvial, and tidal flooding,…
ECU Scholar-Teacher Award
It is an honor to be a recipient of the 2021-2022 ECU Scholar-Teacher Awards. The award is “to recognize faculty members who effectively integrate research and or creative activity with their teaching roles. These individuals not only excel in their research, teaching, and practice but blend these key faculty roles in such a way that…
Panacea or Problem
Our article looking at post-disaster recovery governance is out!! We examine the challenges faced by new structures for disaster recovery governance in Japan and Nepal.
Transboundary Financing of Post-Disaster Recovery
For those interested in international disasters, my recently published article, Funding Flows: Transboundary Considerations of Disaster Recovery, looks at the transboundary processes of disaster recovery, specifically related to the financing of post-disaster recovery. Depending on the scale and visibility of the disaster and local capacities, financial arrangements, resources, and assistance can come from a variety of…
Excited to be part of the ECU research team awarded a NOAA Coastal & Ocean Climate Applications (NOAA-COCA) grant. The team proposes to co-produce compound event non-structural tools with emergency managers and planners in coastal counties of North Carolina, making up three regional government councils and roughly coinciding with the northeast and southeast economic zones….