CSTPR Seminar: Institutions, Infrastructures, and Coastal Hazard Risk in Bangladesh
by Kimberly Rogers
Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado Boulder
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Kimberly Rogers's work is broadly interdisciplinary, and geographically centered on the megadeltas of South and South East Asia.
She uses integrated quantitative and qualitative methods such as computational models and ethnography. Mixed methods allow Kimberly to explore complex feedbacks between global change (sea level rise, rainfall shifts), human activity and decision making (land use, agriculture, infrastructure, water diversion), and the system vulnerabilities these interactions produce.
Beyond human timescales, Kimerbly is interested in the fate of river-borne material once it enters the ocean, and how particulate transfer across the land-sea boundary changes in space and time.
Wednesday, April 17 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, Conference Room 1333 Grandview Avenue, Boulder
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