Jochen Schubert

FloodRISE Scholars Share New Research at Conference

Research Associate Jochen Schubert and Graduate Student Researcher Wing Cheung took the conversation about flood hazards to an international audience with presentations at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Dr. Schubert’s talk made the case that maps can play an important role in supporting decision-making processes associated with adaptation… Read More

New Cohort of Hazard Scholars Makes Waves in Newport Beach

This winter, 12 new undergraduate Hazard Scholars joined the FloodRISE project to support Modeling Team research in Newport Beach. This group of undergraduate Civil and Environmental Engineering students are improving the quality of FloodRISE models by taking detailed geographic measurements of vulnerable infrastructure and rapidly changing beaches along Balboa Peninsula. The students had the… Read More

Local Flooding Conversations on World Wetlands Day

In observance of World Wetlands Day, FloodRISE postdoctoral scholar Jochen Schubert joined an interdisciplinary panel of speakers at the Climate Change, a “Godzilla” El Niño, and their Impacts on Oceans and Estuaries symposium on January 30, 2016. Convened by the Newport Bay Conservancy, the symposium highlighted research on topics ranging from ocean warming and El Niño behavior… Read More

Conservation Conversations in Newport’s Back Bay

Often, conversations about flooding are dominated by two preoccupations: impacts to people and property. While these impacts are critically important, we must also examine the effects of inundation on wildlife, natural places, https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/viagra-naturel-femme-jean-coutu/ and open space. These considerations were a key part of the discussion at the OC Society for Conservation Biology’s October Conservation Café featuring… Read More

Modeling Team Presents Goat Canyon Models at Technical Workshop

In August 2014, Modeling Team members Jochen Schubert and Adam Luke presented their hydraulic modeling work in Goat Canyon as part of a technical workshop at the Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center. Attended by representatives from the US Environmental Protection Agency, US Department of Agriculture, International Boundary and Water Commission, San Diego State University, California… Read More

FloodRISE Team Explore GIS Innovations at ESRI User Conference

FloodRISE team members Wing Cheung and Jochen Schubert joined 16,000 attendees at ESRI’s annual User Conference in San Diego, California from July 14-18, 2014. Hosted by the developer of one of the most widely used GIS software packages, ArcGIS, the conference enables users to share their latest developments in their area of GIS. Several… Read More

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