Monthly Archives: March 2015

Special Issue of UC Irvine Magazine Highlights Importance of FloodRISE Project for Community Resilience

The FloodRISE project and Research Impact and Integration Team Lead Abby Reyes headline UC Irvine Magazine’s newest special issue focused on climate change. In a story about FloodRISE, UC Irvine reporter Janet Wilson illuminates the project’s tremendous potential to have real, lasting impacts on local communities by closing the gap between what scientists know… Read More

One Watershed, One Future: Binational Preparedness for Climate Change

How do you prepare for climate change in a watershed that spans two countries and an international border? Baja California leaders and climate adaptation professionals in San Diego are working together to address this question, taking an important first step toward collaboration in the recent One Watershed, One Future (Una Cuenca, Un Futuro) meeting… Read More

New Research on Levee Detonation by FloodRISE Modeling Team

Would damage from the 2011 Mississippi River floods have been more or less severe if decision-makers had not chosen to blow up levees? This question is central to a new study by FloodRISE PI Brett Sanders and Graduate Student Researcher Adam Luke, published this week in Natural Hazards. Luke, Sanders, and their team explore whether… Read More

March 8th, 2015|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |