It’s Winter and It’s Kind of Warm Outside. Again.

It’s Winter and It’s Kind of Warm Outside. Again.

Whatever your feelings are about the phrase ‘global warming’, the fact remains that the Earth’s climate is changing, and it’s changing at a rate faster…

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Coastal Hazards Add Thrills to Beachfront Properties—Triple Threat: More Frequent Storms, More Risk, and Failing Infrastructure

Coastal Hazards Add Thrills to Beachfront Properties—Triple Threat: More Frequent Storms, More Risk, and Failing Infrastructure

Coastal hazards threatening the U.S. are dramatically increasing in intensity and frequency.  Water-related natural disasters, including hurricanes, tropical storms, nor’easters, and heavy rains, are causing…

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The Reasons Behind Flooding in New York City – and Potential Solutions

The Reasons Behind Flooding in New York City – and Potential Solutions

New York City has experienced an unusual surge of flooding in their subways. In addition to catastrophic flooding, several residents were also in danger because,…

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Identifying Relationships Between Sewer Backups and Different Geographic and Demographic Factors Within New York City

Identifying Relationships Between Sewer Backups and Different Geographic and Demographic Factors Within New York City

Introduction Urban flooding has affected most developed cities due to rapid urbanization and climate change. Urban flooding is the accumulation of flood water within a…

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Small Cities Win With Big Data

Small Cities Win With Big Data

So many of the conferences and presentations I attend have some phenomenal stormwater study, with a hundred sensors and a highly detailed model, and I…

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