Establishing Baseline and Comparative Frameworks of Flood Risk Awareness, Adaptation, & Mitigation in Troy & Kingston (Phase III) Jan 6, 2021Robin Blakely-Armitage, David Kay, Lindy Williams, John Zinda & Sarah Alexander; Department of Global Development, Cornell University Mapping Flood Insurance Claims with Hydrologic and Social Demographic Predictors via Machine Learning: Re-evaluating Riverine Flood Insurance Rate Maps Oct 15, 2020Knighton, J. et al., 2020. Journal of Environmental Management, 272, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111051 Hudson Estuary Watershed Resiliency Project Mar 25, 2020Cornell Cooperative Extension: collaboration across Columbia and Greene, Dutchess, and Ulster Counties Hudson Tributary Dam Removal Mar 25, 2019Pat Sullivan, Jeremy Dietrich, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University. For more information on this work, please check our Barrier Removal & Mitigation Program page. Governing U.S. Flood Risk under Climate Change: Examining an emerging flood-risk network in New York State’s Hudson Valley region Mar 25, 2019Clifton Staples, NYS Water Resources Institute Mid-Hudson Young Environmental Scientist Project in Urban Stream Ecology (MH-YES) Year 2 Mar 25, 2019Alan Berkowitz, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Ghost Dams: A New Inventory of Potential Barriers to Aquatic Connectivity Mar 25, 2019Brian Buchanan, NYS Water Resources Institute. Contact NYSWRI for more information. Road Salt Delivery Mechanisms and Water Quality Impacts in the Hudson River Watershed Mar 25, 2019Katherine Meierdiercks, Sienna College Validation and Application of qPCR-MST of Fecal Contamination in the Mohawk River Watershed Mar 25, 2019Carolyn Rodak, SUNY Polytechnic Institute Mapping needed and existing vegetative buffers to reduce nutrient loads Mar 25, 2019Ted Endreny, SUNY ESF Design for Climate-Resilient Hudson River Communities Mar 25, 2019Joshua F. Cerra, Cornell University Scenic Resource Protection Guide for the Hudson River Valley Mar 25, 2019George Frantz, Cornell University Barriers to Oyster Recovery in Hudson River Estuary Mar 25, 2019Matthew Hare, Cornell University For full report, click here. Identifying and Prioritizing Undersized and Poorly Passable Culverts for Assessing Organism Passage and Flooding potential Under Different Storm Scenarios Mar 25, 2019Todd Walter, Cornell University. For more information on this work, please check our Barrier Removal & Mitigation Program page.