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As Professor Angelo Spillo and I begin to conclude our research, we are thrilled with the progress we have made this far. Rising Waters: Implications and Actions is a project serving us well that has opened our eyes to the vulnerability that the southern New York coastal region is exposed to. This research project focused […]

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As Professor Angelo Spillo and I begin to conclude our research, we are thrilled with the progress we have made this far. Rising Waters: Implications and Actions is a project serving us well that has opened our eyes to the vulnerability that the southern New York coastal region is exposed to. This research project focused […]

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Moving forward with our research for Rising Waters: Implications and Actions, we are currently reflecting our progress since the Fall and what else we must do in order to move closer to our goal. Before winter break, Professor Angelo Spillo and I uncovered a $19 Billion dollar plan proposed by former Mayor Bloomberg, which is […]

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As professor Angelo Spillo and I continue our research regarding rising waters, we are gaining further insight into the possible actions that are being proposed to help minimize the impact of rising waters in New York City. While Westchester County is a densely populated area that sits very close to sea level, we are still […]

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“Implications of Rising Waters” is a research project that will focus on plans that are being proposed by towns/municipalities in Westchester County and New York City to help minimize the threat of rising waters. Given that the sea level is rising and we are seeing higher intensity storms more frequently, the threat of flooding in […]

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