October 17, 2017 | Climate Readiness Institute
Patrick Barnard, Mark Stacey, and Mark Lubell provided an update on the state of sea level rise science and the RISER project efforts in the San Francisco Bay Area in this 90 minute webinar.
Rising seas: A new look at resilient infrastructure
May 1, 2016 | Berkeley Engineering
Professor Mark Stacey and his interdisciplinary team are part of an NSF-sponsored initiative that is examining critical infrastructure resiliency.
They will collect data to build state-of-the-art hydrological models that will look at local and regional impacts of sea-level rise and storm events that result in coastal flooding.
Stacey is joined by CEE colleagues Alexey Pozdnukhov, an urban systems data analytics specialist and Samer Madanat, a former Berkeley transportation professor who is now dean of engineering at NYU in Abu Dhabi. Other team members include Mark Lubell, a UC Davis political science professor who studies human cooperation in environmental policy; and oceanographer Li Erikson and geologist Patrick Barnard of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
See Rising seas: A new look at resilient infrastructure (Berkeley Engineer, 5/1/16)