New paper published in Global Environmental Change A method to estimate climate-critical construction materials applied to seaport protection Abstract Climate adaptation for coastal infrastructure projects raises unique challenges because global-scale environmental changes may require similar projects to be completed in many locations over the same time frame. Existing methods to forecast resource demand and capacity […]
MAF’s Austin Becker highlighted in CELS Big Thinker series.
Ng and Becker publish new piece in The Maritime Economist: Port Adaptation to the Impacts Posed by Climate Change: How Can Scholars, Policymakers and Industrial Professionals Contribute?
New article on “Port Adaptation to the Impacts Posed by Climate Change: How Can Scholars, Policymakers and Industrial Professionals Contribute? by Austin Becker and Adolf Ng, published in “The Maritime Economist.”
Eric Kretsch and Prof. Austin Becker Present at ASCE COPRI Coastal Structures & Solutions to Coastal Disasters Joint Conference
Kretsch and Becker presented Impacts of Storm Events and Resilience Options for the Port of Providence.
At the 2015 URI Transportation Center (URITC) Transportation Week Breakfast, Eric Kretsch was awarded a 2015 URI Transportation Center Fellowship.
Eric Kretsch and Eric Romelzcyk were awarded along side Providence Major Jorge Elorza for their academic work.
This book comprises of theories, methodologies and case studies from five continents (Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, and Oceania) addressing climate change and the adaptation planning of ports and transportation infrastructures.