The Coastal Geo-Spatial Laboratory has now been established at the Texas A&M University-Galveston campus. The Lab is meant to facilitate interdisciplinary work on the marine and coastal environment, support the growing interest in spatial analysis, and spark future innovation in understanding coastal/marine problems. The Lab is open to anyone working on a project that involves the analysis of spatial (e.g. GIS) data. It will also support existing research initiatives, including the Center for Texas Beaches and Shores and the Institute for Sustainable Coastal Communities.
The Lab consists of four stand-alone work stations with Geographic Information Systems and other spatial analytical software, plus an area where small groups can work together. In addition, users of the facility can access a server hosting a warehouse of spatial data, both physical and socioeconomic, on the Texas coast.
For more information, or to use the Coastal Geo-Spatial Lab, please contact Wesley Highfield (email@example.com) or Sherry Parker (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Joshua Gunn joins Texas Sea Grant as new Extension Program Leader. He will also be working with the Center for Texas Beaches and Shores as a liason between Sea Grant and CTBS.
Colonel Len Waterworth joins the Center for Texas Beaches and Shores as a Senior Research Associate.
Sequoia Riley, Jake Emmert, and Nick West become part of the CTBS team.
Dr. Sam Brody, Dr. Wesley Highfield, Dr. Bill Merrell, Morgan Wilson, Nick Souza, and Alexandra Stiles attend the ARCADIS Barrier Visit in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Dr. Sam Brody, Dr. Wesley Highfield, Russell Blessing, Patrick Doty, Morgan Wilson and Alexandra Stiles participate in the Flood Risk Reduction Colloquium with Delft University, Netherlands in Delft, Netherlands.
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Morgan Wilson is now a graduate researcher for the team.
Morgan Wilson joins the team as an undergraduate reseacher.
Alexandra Stiles and Patrick Doty are now graduate researchers for the team.
Alexandra Stiles joins the team as an undergraduate researcher.
Patrick Doty, Kevin Crosby, and Logan Harrell join the team as undergraduate researchers
Russell Blessing and Hee Ju Kim join team as graduate research assistants
Carland Holstead joins team as graduate research assistant
November 18, 2009
Jennifer Feagins joins team as undergraduate research assistant and NSF REU.
Dr. Samuel Brody name CTBS Director.
Dr. Wes Highfield joins the team as Research Scientist.
Josh Gunn joins team as Graduate Student Researcher.
Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center (HRRC) and CTBS form a collaborative research partnership and a branch office of HRRC is established in Galveston.
Environmental Planning and Sustainability Research Unit (EPSRU) is co-located within CTBS & HRRC.
Severe Storm Prediction, Education, and Evacuation from Disasters (SSPEED) partners with CTBS.
July 9, 2007
CTBS is on the NEWS! CTBS is featured on the Galveston County Daily News.
May 10, 2007
Bill Merrell, Bill Seitz and Tanveer Islam from the CTBS participated in the annual Texas Hurricane Conference organized by the Governor's Division of Emergency Management (DEM) held at the Galveston Island Convention Center from 8-10 May, 2007. A 90-minute workshop entitled "Galveston Future: Developing a Disaster Resilient Community" was presented by Dr. Merrell on behalf of the CTBS.
May 8, 2007
Two papers were presented at the SSPEED (Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters) Conference by Bill Merrell and Bill Seitz co-authored with Tanveer Islam and Sam Brody.
Dr. Merrell heads up the first Center for Texas Beaches and Shores business meeting.
For Questions About CTBS Please Email Dr. Sam Brody at email@example.com