Andrew Juan
Andrew Juan
Associate Research Scientist, Institute for a Disaster Resilient Texas (IDRT), TAMU Galveston
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Characterizing urbanization impacts on floodplain through integrated land use, hydrologic, and hydraulic modeling
A Gori, R Blessing, A Juan, S Brody, P Bedient
Journal of hydrology 568, 82-95, 2019
Accessibility and recovery assessment of Houston’s roadway network due to fluvial flooding during Hurricane Harvey
A Gori, I Gidaris, JR Elliott, J Padgett, K Loughran, P Bedient, P Panakkal, ...
Natural hazards review 21 (2), 04020005, 2020
2015 Memorial Day flood impacts for changing watershed conditions in Houston
B Bass, A Juan, A Gori, Z Fang, P Bedient
Natural Hazards Review 18 (3), 05016007, 2016
Comparing floodplain evolution in channelized and unchannelized urban watersheds in Houston, Texas
A Juan, A Gori, A Sebastian
Journal of Flood Risk Management 13 (2), e12604, 2020
Hydrologic performance of watershed-scale low-impact development in a high-intensity rainfall region
A Juan, C Hughes, Z Fang, P Bedient
Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 143 (4), 04016083, 2016
Modeling SARS-CoV-2 RNA degradation in small and large sewersheds
C McCall, ZN Fang, D Li, AJ Czubai, A Juan, ZW LaTurner, K Ensor, ...
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 8 (2), 290-300, 2022
Integrating reservoir operations and flood modeling with HEC-RAS 2D
M Garcia, A Juan, P Bedient
Water 12 (8), 2259, 2020
Buy them out before they are built: Evaluating the proactive acquisition of vacant land in flood-prone areas
K Atoba, G Newman, S Brody, W Highfield, Y Kim, A Juan
Environmental conservation 48 (2), 118-126, 2021
Developing a radar-based flood alert system for Sugar Land, Texas
A Juan, Z Fang, PB Bedient
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 22 (5), E5015001, 2017
Towards enhanced response: Integration of a flood alert system with road infrastructure performance models
P Panakkal, A Juan, M Garcia, JE Padgett, P Bedient
Structures Congress 2019, 294-305, 2019
Flood Improvement and LID Modeling Using XP-SWMM
A Juan, N Fang, P Bedient
Houston, Rice University 22, 36-42, 2013
Integrating Annual Landsat Imagery in a Hydrologic Impact Analysis of Localized Land Use Change for a Rapidly Developing Watershed in Houston, Texas
M Garner, A Sebastian, CR Hakkenberg, A Juan, A Gori, PB Bedient
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, H53L-1943, 2019
Quantification of Interbasin Transfers into the Addicks Reservoir during Hurricane Harvey
A Sebastian, A Juan, A Gori, F Maulsby, PB Bedient
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2017
Leveraging mesh modularization to lower the computational cost of localized updates to regional 2D hydrodynamic model outputs
M Garcia, A Juan, J Doss-Gollin, P Bedient
Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Mechanics 17 (1), 2225584, 2023
Urban flood modeling: Perspectives, challenges, and opportunities
A Sebastian, A Juan, PB Bedient
Coastal Flood Risk Reduction, 47-60, 2022
Development and Evaluation of Flood Mitigation Strategies for Greens Bayou in Houston-Resilience Vs. Resistance Approach
M Gadit, A Gori, A Juan, PB Bedient
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, NH31B-0978, 2018
Evaluating the Hydrodynamic Performance of Green and Gray Infrastructure in Urban Watersheds for the Greater Houston Region
A Juan
Rice University, 2016
MaxFloodCast: Ensemble Machine Learning Model for Predicting Peak Inundation Depth And Decoding Influencing Features
CC Lee, L Huang, F Antolini, M Garcia, A Juanb, SD Brody, A Mostafavi
arXiv preprint arXiv:2308.06228, 2023
Mesh modularization enables surrogate modelling for 2D hydrodynamic solvers
M Garcia, A Juan
Hydrology & Water Resources Symposium 2022 (HWRS 2022): The Past, the …, 2022
Probabilistic Fluvial and Pluvial Flood Hazard Analysis in an Urban Watershed in Houston, Texas
A Juan, P Panakkal, J Padgett, PB Bedient
AGU Fall Meeting 2021, 2021
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