Nasrin Alamdari

Everglades Foundation awards FAMU-FSU civil engineers fellowship to study climate change

The Everglades Foundation awarded two FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and RIDER Center faculty members a fellowship to collaborate on a new study that explores the impact of climate change on the Everglades. Existing infrastructure in the Everglades that was built with old climate models in mind may not be suited for the challenges that future […]

FAMU-FSU researcher combines climate change and land use data to predict watershed impact

When rain falls, it picks up pollution from streets, farms and other manmade features as it winds toward the ocean. In the Broad Run watershed of Loudoun County, Virginia, runoff travels through an increasingly urbanized landscape before reaching the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. In 2000, fewer than 170,000 people lived in the county. […]