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SRL at the American Association of Geographers

 

The AAG Annual Meeting will be held in Tampa, Florida, a location which can teach us a lot about hurricanes.

The AAG Annual Meeting will be held in Tampa, Florida, a location which can teach us a lot about hurricanes.

Superstorm Research Lab will be presenting work at the American Association of Geographers conference in Tampa, Florida, April 8-12, 2014.

Presentations by SRL members

Erin Bergren, University of California at Berkeley
Adaptive capacity and narratives of resilience on the panel Mixed Methods and Hybrid Epistemologies in Climate Change Research I
Wednesday 8:00 am – 9:40 am, Room 19, TCC, First Floor

Daniel Aldana Cohen, New York University
Beyond Metonymia: A social backcast approach to urban climate politics on the panel Mixed Methods and Hybrid Epistemologies in Climate Change Research III
Wednesday 12:40 pm – 2:20 pm, Room 19, TCC, First Floor

David Wachsmuth, New York University and University of British Columbia (as of the fall! yay!)
Discussant: Urban Natures: Infrastructure, ecology, and the “resilient” city III
Saturday from 4:00 pm to 5:40 pm, Meeting Room 11, Marriott, Third Floor

https://i1.wp.com/cdn9.staztic.com/app/i/4043/4043933/aag-annual-meeting-2014-1-0-s-386x470.jpgPresentations from friends of SRL

Katrina Peterson, University of California at San Diego
Mapping disaster in/over time on the panel Disaster Time: Critical perspectives on crisis informatics and the temporal aspects of disasters
Wednesday 4:40 PM – 6:20 PM in Room 37, TCC, Fourth Floor

Panels that might be of interest to the SRL community (other than the ones mentioned above)

The Fukushima Disaster: Three Years Later (6 sessions)
1: State, politics, and policies
Tuesday 8am – 9:40 am Room 10, TCC first floor
2: Living through the disaster: victims and refugeesĀ 
Tuesday10 am to 11:40 am, Room 10, TCC First floor
3: Risk perception, communication, and discourse
Tuesday from 2:40 pm to 4:20 pm, Room 10, TCC First Floor
4: Energy, industry, and communities
Tuesday from 4:40pm to 6:20 pm Room 10, TCC First floor
5: Food and agriculture
Wednesday 8 am to 9:40 am Room 17, TCC First floor
6: Panel session – geographical perspectives on the Fukushima disaster
Wednesday from 10 am to 11:40 am, Room 17, TCC First floor

Disaster Management, Planning, and Perceptions I
Wednesday, 4/9/2014, from 8:00 AM – 9:40 AM in Grand Salon I, Marriott, Second Floor

Resuscitating Resilience I
Wednesday, 4/9/2014, from 8:00 AM – 9:40 AM in Room 6, TCC, First Floor

Resuscitating Resilience II *
Wednesday, 4/9/2014, from 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM in Room 6, TCC, First Floor

Hurricane III: Societal Response and Vulnerability*
Wednesday, 4/9/2014, from 2:40 PM – 4:20 PM in Room 30A, TCC, Fourth Floor

Hurricane IV: Risk, vulnerability, and policy*
Wednesday, 4/9/2014, from 4:40 PM – 6:20 PM in Room 30A, TCC, Fourth Floor

Southern Exposure: Risk, Hazards, and Disasters in the American South
Thursday, 4/10/2014, from 8:00 AM – 9:40 AM in Florida Salon V, Marriott, Second Floor

Disaster Recovery and Resilience*
Thursday, 4/10/2014, from 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM in Room 6, TCC, First Floor

Hurricane V: Disaster Management
Thursday, 4/10/2014, from 12:40 PM – 2:20 PM in Room 11, TCC, First Floor

Environmental Justice Research: Contemporary Issues and Emerging Topics
Friday, 4/11/2014, from 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM in Room 5, TCC, First Floor

Climate change and coastal geography
Saturday, 4/12/2014, from 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM in Room 35, TCC, Fourth Floor

 

* Session includes a paper using Hurricane Sandy as a case study

 

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