Eastern United States Devastated By Hurricane Irene – No Break from Onslaught of Natural Disasters:
Hurricane Irene devastated Eastern United States within a week after the Earthquake tremors and caused the worst flooding in recent history all the way from North Carolina to Vermont. Continue reading Eastern United States Devastated by Hurricane Irene – No Break from Onslaught of Natural Disasters
Eastern United States Struck By Earthquake Without Warning – Population May Be at Risk Around Locations of Nuclear Power Plants:
Atlanta in the south to Boston in the north and Chicago in the west were jolted by a medium severity 5.8 magnitude earthquake, epicentered in southern Virginia, in the morning hours of Tuesday August 23, 2011. Continue reading Eastern United States Struck By Earthquake Without Warning
Urban Transport Policy and Intelligent Transportation System for Efficient and Safe Traffic Management for a Megacity: Findings of a Project Funded by the National Academies and United States Agency for International Development.
The transportation management project for the megacity of Karachi, Pakistan was funded on the US-side by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)/ United States Agency for International Development (USAID), 2007-2010. Continue reading NAS/USAID Project – Urban Transport Policy and Intelligent Transportation System for a Megacity
Satellite Imagery Based Mapping of Road Network, Traffic Volume Demand, and Traffic Related GHG Emission Inventory:
Graduate research by Katherine Osborne (B.S. 2008, M.S. 2009) and Jessica Headrick (B.S. 2008, M.S. 2010), The University of Mississippi Continue reading NAS/USAID Project – Satellite Imagery Based Mapping of Road Network, Traffic Demand, and GHG Emissions: Guest Post 15