Dr. Galen Treuer
Galen Treuer is a post doctoral researcher at the University of Connecticut's department of civil and environmental engineering with professor Christine Kirchhoff. In this role he is investigating resilience to extreme events and climate adaptation in Connecticut's water utilities. Additionally, he is working with collaborators at the University of Michigan to study how management of hazardous algal blooms in Lake Erie is informed by targeted collaboration between scientists and practitioners.
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Responding to climate risks in South Florida: New tools for adaptive water management collaboration between researchers and practitioners. (2017). American Geophysical Union. New Orleans, LA.
Using simulations to forecast homeowner response to sea level rise in South Florida: Will they stay or will they go? (2017). American Geophysical Union. New Orleans, LA.
Accelerating adaptation: Urgency, barriers, and risk in Miami Beach’s pivot to sea level rise adaptive stormwater management. (2017). Society for Risk Analysis. Alexandria, VA.
What climate action lessons can the Twin Ports learn from South Florida? Addressing climate adaptation gaps and barriers to change. (2017). Twin Ports Climate Coalition. Duluth, MN