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Research from CEE PhD candidate Nicholas Wayand and CEE associate professor Jessica Lundquist is being used to better predict the risks of rain-on-snow flooding.
A monitoring system has detected about one inch of ground sinking in parts of downtown Seattle. CEE professor Steve Kramer comments.
LiquidEarth-River, a mobile application effort led by Faisal Hossain, CEE associate professor, took fourth place in the GEO Appathon 2014 out of 132 projects from nearly 50 countries.