IWR Climate and Global Change Team Lead Kathleen White Receives GreenGov Award
IWR Climate and Global Change team lead Kathleen D. White, PhD, PE, was part of a team recognized a 2013 GreenGov Presidential Awards. The team was recognized for developing the Sea Level Rise Tool for Sandy Recovery, which is now being used in New York and New Jersey where planning and rebuilding is underway. Left to right: Doug Marcy (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), Chris Weaver (U.S. Global Change Research Program), Mark Huber (USACE Army Geospatial Center), Kathleen White (USACE Institute for Water Resources), Mark Crowell (Federal Emergency Management Agency), Susan Ruffo (Council on Environmental Quality), Adam Parris (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), Sandy Eslinger (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on detail to FEMA), Billy Brooks (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), Megan McVey (U.S. Global Change Research Program).

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