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Kayode O. Atoba
Kayode O. Atoba
Institute for a Disaster Resilient Texas, Texas A&M University, Galveston
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Economic impacts of storm surge and the cost-benefit analysis of a coastal spine as the surge mitigation strategy in Houston-Galveston area in the USA
M Davlasheridze, KO Atoba, S Brody, W Highfield, W Merrell, B Ebersole, ...
Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change 24 (3), 329-354, 2019
272019
Estimating residential property loss reduction from a proposed coastal barrier system in the Houston-Galveston region
KO Atoba, SD Brody, WE Highfield, WJ Merrell
Natural Hazards Review 19 (3), 05018006, 2018
172018
Strategic property buyouts to enhance flood resilience: a multi-criteria spatial approach for incorporating ecological values into the selection process
KO Atoba, SD Brody, WE Highfield, CC Shepard, LN Verdone
Environmental Hazards 20 (3), 229-247, 2021
142021
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
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
72021
Institutional resilience
SD Brody, K Atoba
Vulnerability and resilience to natural hazards, 237-256, 2018
72018
Combining co $ ting nature and suitability modeling to identify high flood risk areas in need of nature-based services
S Prybutok, G Newman, K Atoba, G Sansom, Z Tao
Land 10 (8), 853, 2021
52021
Integrating ToxPi outputs with ArcGIS Dashboards to identify neighborhood threat levels of contaminant transferal during flood events
G Newman, M Malecha, K Atoba
Journal of Spatial Science, 1-13, 2021
52021
The Dimensions of Individual Support for Coastal Hazard Mitigation: Analysis of a Survey of Upper Texas Coast Residents
AD Ross, KO Atoba
Natural Hazards Review 23 (2), 04022004, 2022
12022
Identifying the future costs of flooding in the Houston-Galveston region
WE Highfield, SD Brody, K Atoba, R Blessing
Center for Texas Beaches and Shores. Texas A&M University, Galveston Campus, 2017
12017
Cost-benefit analysis of a proposed coastal infrastructure for reducing storm surge-induced impact in the Upper Texas Coast
M Davlasheridze, KO Atoba
Coastal Flood Risk Reduction, 91-108, 2022
2022
A proactive approach for the acquisition of flood-prone properties in advance of flood events
KO Atoba
Coastal Flood Risk Reduction, 303-316, 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
Simulating the Impact of Land Use Change on Contaminant Transferal during Flood Events in Houston, Texas
R Zhu, G Newman, K Atoba
Landscape Journal 40 (2), 79-99, 2021
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
Fill and Floods: Analysis of the Impact of Parcel Fill on Residential Flood Damages
KO Atoba
Texas A&M University, 2018
2018
Public Participation Geographic Information Systems for the Marcellus Shale Play: Problems and Prospects
KO Atoba
Sam Houston State University, 2013
2013
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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