Pacific Urban Resilience Lab - PURL

The Pacific Urban Resilience Lab (PURL) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa

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NOAA: Digitalcoast 12/05/2022

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The Pacific Risk Management Ohana (PRiMO) conference is back in 2023. Please join us on April 3-6, 2023 by submitting a proposal. Proposal submission deadline is December 16, 2022.
The 2023 PRiMO Conference is inviting proposals for the following session types:
Full-length Session Types (90 minutes):
Talk Story Session: Session leaders provide an overview of the topic, question, or problem, followed by facilitated discussion (e.g., brainstorming, idea generation, sharing).
Working Session: Focus on developing tangible outputs to specific issues/challenges. This includes, but is not limited to, scenario planning, tool critique, needs assessment, or soliciting feedback on prototypes.
Panel Session: Convene a small group of speakers (2-4) to present on a topic or issue followed by open question and answer with the audience.
For all session types, please plan sufficient time for engagement with participants.
Individual Presentation (15 minutes): Presentation or tool demonstration on a topic relevant to PRiMO and its hui. Conference organizers will group accepted individual presentations into 90-minute sessions or recommend a poster presentation. Presentations on relevant research topics are encouraged.
Academic Posters: Abstracts for papers and posters focused on the thematic areas. Abstracts will be reviewed by a research committee.
Training Session (full or half day): Training and professional development opportunities can be full or half day and will be scheduled for Monday, April 3, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
See the following website for instructions on proposal submission.

NOAA: Digitalcoast PRiMO - The Pacific Risk Management ‘Ohana (PRiMO) is a coalition of organizations with a role in hazard risk management in the Pacific region.

NOAA: Digitalcoast 12/05/2022

NOAA: Digitalcoast

The Pacific Risk Management Ohana (PRiMO) conference is back in 2023. Please join us on April 3-6, 2023 by submitting a proposal. Proposal submission deadline is December 16, 2022.
The 2023 PRiMO Conference is inviting proposals for the following session types:
Full-length Session Types (90 minutes):
Talk Story Session: Session leaders provide an overview of the topic, question, or problem, followed by facilitated discussion (e.g., brainstorming, idea generation, sharing).
Working Session: Focus on developing tangible outputs to specific issues/challenges. This includes, but is not limited to, scenario planning, tool critique, needs assessment, or soliciting feedback on prototypes.
Panel Session: Convene a small group of speakers (2-4) to present on a topic or issue followed by open question and answer with the audience.
For all session types, please plan sufficient time for engagement with participants.
Individual Presentation (15 minutes): Presentation or tool demonstration on a topic relevant to PRiMO and its hui. Conference organizers will group accepted individual presentations into 90-minute sessions or recommend a poster presentation. Presentations on relevant research topics are encouraged.
Academic Posters: Abstracts for papers and posters focused on the thematic areas. Abstracts will be reviewed by a research committee.
Training Session (full or half day): Training and professional development opportunities can be full or half day and will be scheduled for Monday, April 3, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
See the following website for instructions on proposal submission.

NOAA: Digitalcoast PRiMO - The Pacific Risk Management ‘Ohana (PRiMO) is a coalition of organizations with a role in hazard risk management in the Pacific region.

Sept. 7 Research Connection Recording Now Available! 09/12/2022

Sept. 7 Research Connection Recording Now Available!

Executive Director Dr. Karl Kim shared "Ten Takeaways from the Pandemic for Transportation Planners" on DRISI Research Connections

Sept. 7 Research Connection Recording Now Available! Research Connection Recording Now Available! Ten Takeaways from the Pandemic for Transportation Planners Presented by Dr. Karl Kim View Slides View Recording View Research Research Connections Overv

Ten Takeaways from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Transportation Planners - Karl E. Kim, 2022 08/30/2022

Ten Takeaways from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Transportation Planners - Karl E. Kim, 2022

Executive Director Karl Kim will present "Ten Takeaways from the Pandemic for Transportation Planners" on a Caltrans DRISI Webinar. Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Time: 11am-12pm PST / 8am-9am HST. To register, go to https://bit.ly/3CKTd7y

Read the article this webinar is based on: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/03611981221090515

Ten Takeaways from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Transportation Planners - Karl E. Kim, 2022 The COVID-19 pandemic has created significant challenges but also unprecedented opportunities for transportation researchers and practitioners. In this article,...

08/12/2022

The Seminar on Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance is being offered in the Fall 2022 semester at UH Manoa. See the flyer.

The Seminar on Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance (Plan670) is offered in Fall 2022. The Instructor is Dr. Karl Kim.
See the Flyer.

Ten Takeaways from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Transportation Planners - Karl E. Kim, 2022 07/22/2022

Ten Takeaways from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Transportation Planners - Karl E. Kim, 2022

NDPTC Executive Director, Dr. Karl Kim's recent publication on 10 Takeaways from the Pandemic is available for download and review at:

Ten Takeaways from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Transportation Planners - Karl E. Kim, 2022 The COVID-19 pandemic has created significant challenges but also unprecedented opportunities for transportation researchers and practitioners. In this article,...

Building Back Better: Transportation Recovery Challenges From the 2018 Kaua`i Flooding Disaster - Karl Kim, Jason Chun, Eric Yamashita, 2022 07/20/2022

Building Back Better: Transportation Recovery Challenges From the 2018 Kaua`i Flooding Disaster - Karl Kim, Jason Chun, Eric Yamash*ta, 2022

A paper authored by Professor Karl Kim, Jason Chun and Eric Yamash*ta on the recovery from the 2018 flooding and landslides on Kauai was just published in Transportation Research Record:

Building Back Better: Transportation Recovery Challenges From the 2018 Kaua`i Flooding Disaster - Karl Kim, Jason Chun, Eric Yamash*ta, 2022 This study describes and analyzes the recovery of transportation systems damaged by flooding and landslides in 2018 on the island of Kaua’i, Hawai’i. Following ...

07/15/2022

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CalTrans DRISI is hosting a webinar titled "Ten Takeaways from the Pandemic for Transportation Planners," Featuring Dr. Karl Kim, Executive Director of NDPTC.

Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Time: 11am-12pm PST / 8am-9am HST
Presented by: Dr. Karl Kim | Moderated by Tyler Monson

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07/08/2022

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Elsevier announces a significant increase in the Citescore metrics for the journal, TRIP (Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives). The founding editor is NDPTC Executive Director, Professor Karl Kim of the University of Hawaii.

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Challenges to maintaining disaster relief supply chains in island communities: disaster preparedness and response in Honolulu, Hawai’i - Natural Hazards 07/01/2022

Challenges to maintaining disaster relief supply chains in island communities: disaster preparedness and response in Honolulu, Hawai’i - Natural Hazards

Read the latest article published by Dr. Suwan Shen and Dr. Karl Kim, and Executive Director. Challenges to maintaining disaster relief supply chains in island communities: disaster preparedness and response in Honolulu, Hawai’i.

Challenges to maintaining disaster relief supply chains in island communities: disaster preparedness and response in Honolulu, Hawai’i - Natural Hazards Due to global warming and rising sea levels, Honolulu, Hawai’i—a city on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean—is becoming more vulnerable to climate disasters. This article utilizes a mixed-method approach to investigate the challenges of maintaining disaster relief supply chains in the face o...

Improving Service Coverage and Response Times for Three-Wheeled Mobile Fire Units on Pari Island, Indonesia - Fatma Lestari, Karl Kim, Andrio Adiwibowo, Devie Fitri Octaviani, Micah Fisher, Eric Yamashita, 2022 06/30/2022

Improving Service Coverage and Response Times for Three-Wheeled Mobile Fire Units on Pari Island, Indonesia - Fatma Lestari, Karl Kim, Andrio Adiwibowo, Devie Fitri Octaviani, Micah Fisher, Eric Yamash*ta, 2022

Executive Director, Dr. Karl Kim recently published an article with Dr. Fatma Lestari and others in the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. The article titled "Improving Service Coverage and Response Times for Three-Wheeled Mobile Fire Units on Pari Island, Indonesia" examined the response times of Three-Wheeled fire fighting units on Pari Island in Indonesia.

Improving Service Coverage and Response Times for Three-Wheeled Mobile Fire Units on Pari Island, Indonesia - Fatma Lestari, Karl Kim, Andrio Adiwibowo, Devie Fitri Octaviani, Micah Fisher, Eric Yamash*ta, 2022 Improved service area coverage and response times by mobile fire response units is key to successful fire suppression and risk reduction. In this paper, the cha...

Highlights from University of Hawai‘i’s Participation in the United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction 06/20/2022

Highlights from University of Hawai‘i’s Participation in the United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction

Dr. Karl Kim, PURL and National Disaster Preparedness Training Center staff share highlights from the UN with American Planning Association- Hawai'i Chapter

Highlights from University of Hawai‘i’s Participation in the United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction From May 23-28, 2022, the United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR) took place in Bali, Indonesia. The meeting is a global, multi-stakeholder forum to review progress on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. Scholars, researchers, and practi...

Dispatches from the field: The 2022 United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Bali, Indonesia 06/19/2022

Dispatches from the field: The 2022 United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Bali, Indonesia

Dr. Karl Kim, NDPTC Executive Director, recently participated in the 2022 United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Bali, Indonesia. He reflects on the meetings and identifies five research topics in need of more theoretical work as well as practical guidance emerging from the Bali meetings. To read the article go to

Dispatches from the field: The 2022 United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Bali, Indonesia Transportation Research Interdisciplinary PerspectivesAvailable online 18 June 2022, 100644In Press, Corrected ProofWhat are Corrected Proof articles?Dispatches from the field: The 2022 United Nations Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Bali, IndonesiaAuthor links open overlay panelKarlKi...

06/03/2022

We are conducting a survey on misinformation problems during disasters. Please complete the survey and forward the link to your networks. The survey link is http://go.hawaii.edu/2tx. It closes on July 1 and takes 10 minutes to complete. The research has been reviewed and approved by the University of Hawaii Office of Research Compliance, Human Subjects Program.

05/16/2022

Professor Karl Kim with his graduate students - Dr. Sequoia Riley and Farnaz Kaviari, MURP at the University of Hawaii Spring 2022 Commencement. Sequoia studies green infrastructure and Farnaz builds agent-based models for transportation. Both have been supported by NDPTC and other research projects led by Dr. Kim. We acknowledge the support of many agencies and individuals in helping to educate our students and support workforce development!

Study To Determine Why Some Homes Burn, Others Still Standing In Marshall Fire 05/13/2022

Study To Determine Why Some Homes Burn, Others Still Standing In Marshall Fire

The University of Hawaii, Pacific Urban Resilience Lab (PURL), and NDPTC are conducting research for the University of Colorado at Boulder's Natural Hazards Center. The purpose of this project is to collect and compile data to support disaster recovery and mitigation from the December 2021 Boulder wildfire disaster. NDPTC's team is conducting 360 panoramic imagery capture to examine damages pre-and post-disaster, and why some areas were destroyed and others not. Imaging expert Mike Vorce of NDPTC and Site Tour 360 (https://www.sitetour360.com/) was in Colorado to collect and compile the panoramic imagery. CBS Denver covered the story of our study. To see the news story, go to https://denver.cbslocal.com/2022/05/12/marshall-fire-boulder-county-homes/

Study To Determine Why Some Homes Burn, Others Still Standing In Marshall Fire One part of the research is into how some homes are still standing while others around them are gone.

Column: Planning for the recovery of Red Hill requires commitment 05/03/2022

Column: Planning for the recovery of Red Hill requires commitment

Read NDPTC Executive Director, Professor Karl Kim on the Red Hill disaster.

Column: Planning for the recovery of Red Hill requires commitment As one who has made a career of studying disaster response and recovery, the Red Hill crisis is shaping up to be the most significant disaster in Hawaii. The harm to people, businesses, water supply system and the natural environment is significant. The cleanup, recovery and restoration from this di...

Photos from Pacific Urban Resilience Lab - PURL's post 05/02/2022

Dr. Karl Kim and the team, including Dr. Jiwnath Ghimire, Dr. Lily Bui, and Graduate Assistants Farnaz Kaviari and Jaeho Choi are interviewed in Waikiki as part of the Benchmarking Study for the Waikiki Business District Association.

Frontiers in Science Public Lecture Series : Florida Atlantic University - Charles E. Schmidt College of Science 03/03/2022

Frontiers in Science Public Lecture Series : Florida Atlantic University - Charles E. Schmidt College of Science

NDPTC Executive Director, Dr. Karl Kim will be giving a public lecture at Florida Atlantic University's Frontier of Science Lecture Series on March 4, 2022. To see the entire program go to http://science.fau.edu/frontiers/
To register for this lecture on "The (Social) Science of Disasters and Community Resilience go to https://fau-edu.zoom.us/.../reg.../WN_OOiZ01JyRCq_iKWzzdXSlg

Frontiers in Science Public Lecture Series : Florida Atlantic University - Charles E. Schmidt College of Science Welcome to the 2022 season of our public lecture series, “Frontiers in Science,” hosted by the Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of Science. This season will be fully virtual, yet just as interactive as past years, with live talks and question and answer sessions. We invite ...

METRANS | Events | Spring 2022 Speaker Series: Mobility, Accessibility and Disadvantaged Neighborhoods 03/02/2022

METRANS | Events | Spring 2022 Speaker Series: Mobility, Accessibility and Disadvantaged Neighborhoods

The Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Center (PSR-UTC) is hosting its 2022 Emerging Scholars Transportation Research Symposium on March 4, 2022. Karl Kim, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, Director of Pacific Urban Resilience Lab, and Executive Director of the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center will be the Keynote Speaker. Several of our Ph.D. students will also be presenting, including Farnaz Kaviari, Ratul Debnath, and Sequoia Riley. For more information and to register go to https://www.metrans.org/events/spring-2022-speaker-series-emerging-scholars-transportation-research-symposium

METRANS | Events | Spring 2022 Speaker Series: Mobility, Accessibility and Disadvantaged Neighborhoods Join us for presentations from both academics and emerging scholars from our PSR partner universities,including USC, UCLA, University ofHawai’i at Mānoa, UC Davis, and others.The event will take place from 8:30am to 4pm. The event will be hosted both in-person at RGL 308on USC’s campus and on z...

Preservation in Practice Webinar: Flood Adaptation for Historic Buildings 03/02/2022

Preservation in Practice Webinar: Flood Adaptation for Historic Buildings

NDPTC Executive Director and PURL Director, Dr. Karl Kim will present a webinar with the authors of the National Park Service guidelines on flood protection of historic structures at 10 AM HST today.

https://historichawaii.org/2022/01/21/floodadaptation/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=floodadaptation

Preservation in Practice Webinar: Flood Adaptation for Historic Buildings Hawai‘i Preservation Webinar: Flood Adaptation for Historic Buildings Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, in partnership with the Department of the Interior’s National Park Service, will offer a free webinar on Guidelines for Flood Adaptation for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings. Date: Wednesday, Ma...

Greening Roadway Infrastructure with Vetiver Grass to Support Transportation Resilience 02/25/2022

Greening Roadway Infrastructure with Vetiver Grass to Support Transportation Resilience

Recently Published! Greening Roadway Infrastructure with Vetiver Grass to Support Transportation Resilience by Karl Kim, Ph.D., Sequoia Riley, Elizabeth Fischer, and Sadik Khan, Ph.D.
https://www.mdpi.com/2673-4109/3/1/10

Greening Roadway Infrastructure with Vetiver Grass to Support Transportation Resilience With flooding and other weather events intensifying, more cost-effective erosion and flood control systems are needed. Vetiver (Chrysopogon zizanioides (L.) Roberty), is part of an arsenal of sustainable, low cost, and green infrastructure tools to reduce the risks of erosion, landslides, and floodi...

TRB AMR20 - RIDA Overview - Karl Kim 01/10/2022

TRB AMR20 - RIDA Overview - Karl Kim

Karl Kim, Ph.D. presents at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board on research being conducted on the Rapid Integrated Damage Assessment (RIDA) process. https://youtu.be/PFrBxijYotE

TRB AMR20 - RIDA Overview - Karl Kim This video is of a presentation made by NDPTC Executive Director Karl Kim for the AMR20 committee at the 2022 Transportation Research Board Meeting held in W...

Sharing During Disasters 12/11/2021

Sharing During Disasters

Sharing During Disasters: Learning From Islands Preliminary Findings and Initial Implications for Action. Read about the results of a study conducted for the Natural Hazards Center, the University of Colorado at Boulder by Dr. Karl Kim, Dr. Jiwnath Ghimire, and Eric Yamash*ta.
https://hazards.colorado.edu/public-health-disaster-research/sharing-during-disasters-learning-from-islands-preliminary-findings-and-initial-implications-for-action

Sharing During Disasters Kim, K., Ghimire, J., & Yamash*ta, E. (2021). Sharing During Disasters: Learning From Islands Preliminary Findings and Initial Implications for Action. Natural Hazards Center Public Health Grant Report Series, 11. Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado Boulder. Available at:...

Call for Papers: TRIP (Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives) on Urban Cycling: Sustainable Mobility, Transport and Planning - Call for papers - Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives - Journal - Elsevier 12/08/2021

Call for Papers: TRIP (Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives) on Urban Cycling: Sustainable Mobility, Transport and Planning - Call for papers - Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives - Journal - Elsevier

Call for Papers: TRIP (Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives) on Urban Cycling: Sustainable Mobility, Transport, and Planning. https://www.journals.elsevier.com/transportation-research-interdisciplinary-perspectives/call-for-papers/urban-cycling-sustainable-mobility

Call for Papers: TRIP (Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives) on Urban Cycling: Sustainable Mobility, Transport and Planning - Call for papers - Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives - Journal - Elsevier The Transportation Research family of journals forms the most cohesive and comprehensive reference of current research in transportation science…

Investing in Human Capital for Disaster Management (INVEST DM): Planning Education and Training for Risk Reduction in Indonesia and Hawai’i 12/06/2021

Investing in Human Capital for Disaster Management (INVEST DM): Planning Education and Training for Risk Reduction in Indonesia and Hawai’i

Investing in Human Capital for Disaster Management (INVEST DM): Planning Education and Training for Risk Reduction in Indonesia and Hawai’i is featured on the American Planning Association (APA) Hawaii Chapter's newsletter. The project is funded by an award from Mercy Corps and the Bureau of Humanitarian Affairs (BHA) at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and led by Principal Investigator and Project Director: Dr. Karl Kim (PURL Director and NDPTC Executive Director), and the University of Hawai’i Team: Dr. Lily Bui, Dr. Jiwnath Ghimire, Charles Ham. The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s key focus in INVEST-DM 2.0 is to facilitate opportunities for knowledge exchange, workforce development, and capacity building for improved national and subnational coordination in disaster management.
To read more, go to: https://hawaii.planning.org/about-apa-hawaii/news/investing-human-capital-disaster-management-invest-dm-planning-education-and-training-risk-reduction-indonesia-and-hawaii/

Investing in Human Capital for Disaster Management (INVEST DM): Planning Education and Training for Risk Reduction in Indonesia and Hawai’i Indonesia is a nation of islands. It shares this geographical attribute with the archipelago of Hawai’i. Both places also share something else in common: they are susceptible to the same hazards: sea-level rise, volcanoes, flooding, landslides, wildfires, earthquake, tsunami, drought, storms, and ...

11/30/2021

Dr. Karl Kim (PURL Director, NDPTC Executive Director) will be presenting at the Transportation Research Board AMR10 (Standing Committee on Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection) quarterly meeting on December 1, 2021 (12 PM EST / 9 AM PST / 7 AM HST). The title of the presentation is Seatbelts, Seawalls, Airport Screeners, and Social Distancing: Connecting Transportation Resilience Research and Practice and will be moderated by Laurie Radow (FHWA-DOT). After the presentation, Dr. Sybil Derrible (University of Illinois-Chicago), Dr. Brian Wolshon (Louisiana State University), and Ms. Nicole Boothman-Shepard (AECOM) will provide comments and feedback. Its FREE. To register go to: https://nasem.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcldeqprDMvHN0Xh7FDQBSvEydwjfG2V2ql

Climate Adaptation and Resilience Across Scales: From Buildings to Cities 11/21/2021

Climate Adaptation and Resilience Across Scales: From Buildings to Cities

Wendy Meguro, Associate Professor, UH School of Architecture and Sea Grant College Program, and Karl Kim, Professor and Executive Director, UH Department of Urban and Regional Planning, National Disaster Preparedness Training Center (NDPTC), and Director of the Pacific Urban Resilience Lab (PURL) recently wrote a chapter titled in the "Designing Resilient Coastal Communities with Living Shorelines" in the book Climate Adaptation and Resilience Across Scales From Buildings to Cities Edited By Nicholas B. Rajkovich, Seth H. Holmes.

https://www.routledge.com/Climate-Adaptation-and-Resilience-Across-Scales-From-Buildings-to-Cities/Rajkovich-Holmes/p/book/9780367467333

Climate Adaptation and Resilience Across Scales: From Buildings to Cities Climate Adaptation and Resilience Across Scales provides professionals with guidance on adapting the built environment to a changing climate. This edited volume brings together practitioners and researchers to discuss climate-related resilience from the building to the city scale. This book highligh...

$400K award to support disaster risk reduction in Indonesia | University of Hawaiʻi System News 10/30/2021

$400K award to support disaster risk reduction in Indonesia | University of Hawaiʻi System News

Director and University of Hawaii, Department of Urban and Regional Planning professor, Dr. Karl Kim has received a $400,000 award to boost efforts to conduct work on disaster risk-reduction initiatives in Indonesia.
https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2021/10/29/disaster-risk-reduction-indonesia/

$400K award to support disaster risk reduction in Indonesia | University of Hawaiʻi System News Karl Kim will lead the partnership on behalf of UH Mānoa.

Photos from National Disaster Preparedness Training Center's post 10/27/2021

Photos from National Disaster Preparedness Training Center's post

10/15/2021

Airline Travel Risks Survey

The National Disaster Preparedness Training Center (ndptc.hawaii.edu) and Pacific Urban Resilience Lab (PURL) at the University of Hawaii have launched the Airline Travel Risk Survey. It is an international study evaluating the impacts of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) on commercial airline travel. The PI of the project is Dr. Karl Kim. We want to hear from communities across the Pacific. Please take the survey and spread the word in your personal and professional networks.

Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/573ywj3n

The survey is reviewed and approved by the Human Studies Program of the University of Hawaii. It takes 15 minutes to complete, and the survey closes on Oct 31st.

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Considering the Weaponization of Transportation Systems Post-9/11 09/14/2021

Considering the Weaponization of Transportation Systems Post-9/11

NDPTC Executive Director, Dr. Karl Kim was interviewed by Catherine Cruz of Hawaii Public Radio on "what we know about the weaponization of our transportation infrastructure in the wake of Sept. 11." To listen to the interview, go to: https://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/the-conversation/2021-09-14/considering-the-weaponization-of-transportation-systems-post-9-11

Considering the Weaponization of Transportation Systems Post-9/11 Coming off the weekend marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11, The Conversation sits down and contemplates how the terrorist attack on U.S. soil affected how we move about our world.

Assessment of ENSO risks to support transportation resilience 09/11/2021

Assessment of ENSO risks to support transportation resilience

Read our latest published article. "Assessment of ENSO risks to support transportation resilience" that was just published in the journal Progress in Disaster Science.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2590061721000569?via%3Dihub

Assessment of ENSO risks to support transportation resilience Following a description of ENSO (El Niño/La Niña Southern Oscillation) climate patterns and hazards (hurricane, rainfall, flooding, drought, wildfires…

09/10/2021

Please join us for NDPTC's September Third Thursday webinar on Sep 16, 2021 12:00 PM (Hawaii Time). Pacific Islands Wildfires Highlight Vulnerability to Climate Change and How to Address It. NDPTC is excited to welcome Dr. Clay Trauernicht from the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management at UH Mānoa.
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvcumtqzosGdFs-CY2srjU2cIqbSwUfvR0

9/11: Transformation of Transportation Research - News - Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives - Journal - Elsevier 09/09/2021

9/11: Transformation of Transportation Research - News - Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives - Journal - Elsevier

Read Dr. Karl Kim's Article in The Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives (TRIP) Journal on how 9/11 transformed transportation research. https://www.journals.elsevier.com/transportation-research-interdisciplinary-perspectives/news/9-11-transformation-of-transportation-research

9/11: Transformation of Transportation Research - News - Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives - Journal - Elsevier The Transportation Research family of journals forms the most cohesive and comprehensive reference of current research in transportation science…

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