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William Mobley
William Mobley
Research Associate, Texas Advanced Computing Center, UT Austin
Verified email at tacc.utexas.edu
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Polarization of climate change beliefs: The role of the millennial generation identity
AD Ross, SM Rouse, W Mobley
Social Science Quarterly 100 (7), 2625-2640, 2019
362019
Evaluation of flood risk reduction strategies through combinations of interventions
EC van Berchum, W Mobley, SN Jonkman, JS Timmermans, JH Kwakkel, ...
Journal of Flood Risk Management 12 (S2), e12506, 2019
182019
Estimating flood extent during Hurricane Harvey using maximum entropy to build a hazard distribution model
W Mobley, A Sebastian, W Highfield, SD Brody
Journal of Flood Risk Management 12, e12549, 2019
172019
Quantification of continuous flood hazard using random forest classification and flood insurance claims at large spatial scales: a pilot study in southeast Texas
W Mobley, A Sebastian, R Blessing, WE Highfield, L Stearns, SD Brody
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 21 (2), 807-822, 2021
162021
Uncertainty in flood mitigation practices: assessing the economic benefits of property acquisition and elevation in flood-prone communities
W Mobley, KO Atoba, WE Highfield
Sustainability 12 (5), 2098, 2020
102020
Effects of changing development patterns and ignition locations within Central Texas
W Mobley
Plos one 14 (2), e0211454, 2019
42019
Leveraging machine learning and twitter data to identify high hazard areas during hurricane harvey
A Sebastian, W HighField, S Brody, W Mobley
32019
Predicting Road Flooding Risk with Machine Learning Approaches Using Crowdsourced Reports and Fine-grained Traffic Data
F Yuan, W Mobley, H Farahmand, Y Xu, R Blessing, S Dong, A Mostafavi, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.13265, 2021
22021
Using machine learning to predict flood hazards based on historic damage
W Mobley, R Blessing
Coastal Flood Risk Reduction, 61-75, 2022
2022
Risk communication tools: Bridging the gap between knowledge and action for flood risk reduction
S Brody, W Mobley
Coastal Flood Risk Reduction, 341-347, 2022
2022
Using 311-Call Data to Measure Flood Risk and Impacts: the case of Harris County TX
JL Rainey, K Pandian, L Sterns, K Atoba, W Mobley, W Highfield, ...
2021
Mapping cross-scale economic impacts of storm surge events: considerations for design and user testing
D Retchless, W Mobley, M Davlasheridze, K Atoba, AD Ross, W Highfield
Journal of Maps 17 (1), 123-135, 2021
2021
Random Forrest Classification for Flood Hazard Mapping at Large Spatial Scales
W Mobley, A Sebastian, R Blessing, W HighField, A Juan
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
Random Forrest Classification for Flood Hazard Mapping at Large Spatial Scales
A Sebastian, W Mobley, R Blessing, W HighField, A Juan
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, GC43D-1367, 2019
2019
Flood Risk Reduction System Optimization: Application to the Galveston Bay Area
E van Berchum, W Mobley
Delft University of Technology, 2017
2017
How Does Wildfire Risk Differ Across a Landscape Given Heterogeneous Development Patterns?
W Mobley
2017
A Flood Risk Assessment of the San Jacinto River Waste Pit Superfund Site
R BLESSING, K ATOBA, W MOBLEY, M WILSON
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