My editorial with David J. Farnham, Michelle Ho, and and Upmanu Lall has been published in the ASCE Journal of Water Resources Management and Planning 1.
This paper describes how we can more effectively manage climate risks in a fast-changing world and how scientists and engineers can contribute to productive, rather than fatalistic, narratives. As always, if you don’t have access to the paper but would like to read it, please contact me.
News & Updates
18 May 2021New Paper in Environmental Research Leters
How Unprecedented Was the February 2021 Texas Cold Snap?
10 Nov 20202020 Annual Meeting of the Society for Decision Making under Deep Uncertainty
Valuing Flexibility and Soft Instruments for Sequential Decision Problems
02 Jul 2020Funded Positions for Ph.D. Students
Want to tackle fundamental challenges in climate risk and adaptive infrastructure?
01 Jul 2020Excited to join Rice CEE
I'm thrilled to announce that I will join the Rice Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in January 2021
30 Jan 2020New Paper in Journal of Water Resources Management and Planning
(Editorial): Adaptation over Fatalism: Leveraging High-Impact Climate Disasters to Boost Societal Resilience