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Author Solutions to Coastal Disasters Conference (2011 : Anchorage, Alaska)

Title Solutions to Coastal Disasters 2011 : Proceedings of the 2011 Solutions to Coastal Disasters Conference, June 25-29, 2011, Anchorage, Alaska / Sponsored by the Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) ; Edited by Louise Wallendorf [and others]
Published Reston, Va. : American Society of Civil Engineers, [2011]
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Description 1 online resource (x, 954 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Reliability and Efficiency of a Coupled Wind-Wave-Current Forecasting System for Cook Inlet, Alaska -- Real-Time Wave Prediction and Virtual Buoy Systems -- Rip Currents : A Major Coastal Hazard and Public Safety Challenge -- A Discussion on the Influence of Wave Setup on Water Levels in San Francisco Bay -- Numerical Study of the Effect of Wind-Waves Generated by Tropical Cyclones Using Wave Model -- Coastline Change From Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction to Future Scenarios : A Case Study from the Baltic -- Changes to Geomorphic and Bathymetric Features Due to Extreme Storm Events Near East Pass Inlet, Florida -- Fluvial Effects on Coastal Flooding in the U.S. Pacific Northwest -- Simulation of Shoreline Evolution and Estimation of Alongshore Sediment Transport -- Earth's Changing Climate and Enhanced Erosion of the U.S. Pacific Northwest Coast -- Estimating the Economic Effects of Shoreline Change on Assessed Property Values in Sandwich, Massachusetts -- Using Natural Habitats to Mitigate the Impact of Coastal Hazards and Inform Management Decisions -- Hurricane Impacts and Responses, Beaches of Destin, and Western Walton County, Florida -- Regional Shoreline Change and Coastal Erosion Hazards in Arctic Alaska -- Wave Climate and Trends along the Eastern Chukchi Arctic Alaska Coast -- Challenges of Coastal Engineering in Alaska -- Validation of a Tsunami Propagation Model by the San Francisco Bay Data -- Tsunami Generation by 3D Deformable Granular Landslides -- A Wave of New Information : LIDAR Investigations of the 2009 Samoan Tsunami -- Observations and Modeling of the 27 February 2010 Tsunami in Chile -- Investigation of the Damage to Areas of Coastal Chile Due to the Maule MW 8.8 Earthquake of February 27, 2010 -- Coastal Impacts by the 12 January 2010 Earthquake and Tsunamis in Haiti -- Tsunami Hazard Estimates in Central California Using a Probabilistic Approach -- Tsunami and Seiche Risk Framework for the Great Salt Lake -- The Great Cretan Splash Up A Coastal Disaster Preparedness Exercise in Greece -- Tsunami Modeling for Seaside, Oregon -- Issues of Tsunami Evacuation Behavior in Japan : Residents Response in Case of Chilean Earthquake in 2010 -- Tsunami Structural Design Provisions for a New Update of Building Codes and Performance-Based Engineering
Responding to a Rising Tide : Enhancing Coastal Flood Warnings for the New England Coast -- Coastal Flood Hazards in San Francisco Bay A Detailed Look at Variable Local Flood Responses -- The Need for a Tidal Flood Stage to Define Existing and Future Sea Level Hazards -- New Mapping Tool and Techniques for Visualizing Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Impacts -- Utilizing Tidal Constituent and Residual Interpolation to Simulate Water Levels and Determine Patterns of Inundation -- Catastrophic Inundation from Sea Level Rise and its Policy Implication -- Shaping Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Policy through Science : The North Carolina Sea Level Rise Risk Management Study -- Planning Level Assessment of the Impacts of Sea Level Rise to the California Coast -- NOAA Multi-Hazard Sea Level Monitoring in the Caribbean : Resolving Engineering Challenges to Meet the Needs of a Region -- New Tools from FEMA to Help Communities Understand their Coastal Flood Risk -- FEMA's Update Process for Coastal Surge and Wave Analysis for Flood Insurance Rate Maps -- Challenges to Mapping Coastal Risk in the Southeastern United States for FEMA's Risk Map Program -- Challenges and Considerations for Coastal Flood Analyses in Louisiana -- Incorporating Uncertainty Associated with Climate Change into Coastal Vulnerability Assessments -- Assessing Long Term Regional Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk in Southern England -- Hubbard Glacier : A Unique Coastal Threat -- Issues of the Measure of Evacuation against a Storm Surge by Hitting a Huge Typhoon in Japan -- A HAZUS Level 2 Risk Assessment : Identification of New Coastal Flood Hazard Analysis Impacts -- Development and Applications of the FEMA Region IV Coastal Flood Loss Atlas -- Development of a Loss-Consistent Wind and Flood Damage Scale for Residential Buildings -- Coastal Flood and Erosion Damage Functions for Mid- and High-Rise Buildings -- "The Great Wall of Louisiana" : Protecting the Coastline from Extreme Storm Surge and Sea Level Rise -- Design Considerations for Mass Concrete Elements of Flood Gates for New Orleans Hurricane Protection Project -- Post-Katrina Land Change Assessment along the South Shore of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, USA : A Four-Year Perspective, 2005-2009 -- Case Study of Concrete Bridge Subjected to Hurricane Storm Surge and Wave Action -- Sea Level Rise Impacts to Military Installations in Lower Chesapeake Bay -- Necessity of Acceptance? Searching for a Sustainable Community-Based Disaster Mitigation Approach The Example of a Coastal City in Bangladesh -- Indian River Inlet Bridge Coastal Hydraulic and Scour Study -- Potable Water Issues during Disaster Response and Recovery : Lessons Learned from Recent Coastal Disasters -- Major Breakwater Repair in the Azores -- Hazard Resistance and Sustainability in Coastal Communities -- Rebuilding of the Chicago Lakefront Lincoln Park, Reach 2 Diversey Avenue to Fullerton Avenue -- Modeling the Economic Impacts of Climate Change Events to Coastal Marinas : Case Study of Long Beach, CA -- Low Cost Boat Harbor Protection as an Integral Element of Natural Disaster Risk Management in Vietnam -- Oil Spill along the Arthur Kill, New York Harbor, from a 1990 Exxon Pipeline Rupture : Physical Damage Assessment and Restoration -- Introducing HG Shock Capturing Scheme for Oil Spill Simulation -- Shock Treatment : Adaptive Learning in Response to the South-East Queensland Oil Spill -- Social Learning for ICZM, or "Prejudice, Dogma, and Spurious Common Sense"? -- New Orleans Struggles with Hurricane Recovery -- Disaster Recovery Planning : Lessons Learned from Past Events -- Coastal Resilience : Can We Get Beyond Planning the Last Disaster?
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Print version record
Subject Coastal engineering -- Congresses.
Coastal zone management -- Congresses.
Emergency management -- Congresses.
Shore protection -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Wallendorf, Louise.
United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency.
United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Coasts, Oceans, Ports and Rivers Institute (American Society of Civil Engineers)
LC no. 2011020929
ISBN 078447673X (electronic bk.)
9780784476734 (electronic bk.)