Using Crowdsourced Datasets to Assess and Mitigate Impacts of Recurrent Flooding on Roadway Networks

Shraddha Praharaj
Recurrent flooding is becoming an increasingly common phenomenon in coastal cities all over the world. In the US, many cities on the east coast are facing the problem of recurrent flooding. This is a phenomenon caused by climate change and sea-level rise, yielding higher high tide events, rise in river water levels, and more severe rainfall events. In recent decades, recurrent flooding events are becoming more intense and frequent. These events typically last for a...
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