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    • Intraseasonal Precipitation Variability Over Tropical Africa 

      Berhane, Fisseha Gebremariam; 0000-0003-1760-5148 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2016-02-15)
      Intraseasonal spatiotemporal precipitation variability over tropical Africa has significant impacts on rainfed agriculture, human health, and food and water security, affecting the lives of tens of millions of people. ...
    • Remote Sensing and Modeling of Vibrio Bacteria in the Chesapeake Bay 

      Urquhart, Erin A (2014-04-16)
      Estuaries and coastal waters are dynamic environments, subject to mixing processes that produce high temporal and spatial variability in water properties relevant to water quality and ecology. These environments are also ...
    • Summertime Heat Across the United States 

      Smith, Tiffany Townsend (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2016-08-29)
      Extreme summertime heat has been the most deadly natural hazard in the United States over the past 30 years and is projected to become more intense, more frequent and longer lasting in the second half of the century. We ...
    • SYSTEMS MODELS FOR PROMOTING REGIONAL RESILIENCE TOWARDS REPEATED HURRICANE EVENTS 

      Melick, Khatoon; 0000-0002-5385-6668 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2016-10-28)
      We have developed a systems approach to describe infrastructure-building scenarios in flood-prone coastal communities. These scenarios are complex because of the interaction between individual homeowner and community-level ...