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Event Details — Gulf Coast Hurricanes: Mitigation & Response (Day 2)

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The SSPEED Center Presents
“Gulf Coast Hurricanes: Mitigation & Response”
April 10-11, 2012.  Save the date!
Conference (1 and 1/2 days) and Short Courses offered (1/2 day)

April 10-11, 2012 | Rice University
The SSPEED Center will be holding a major conference on April 10th and 11th, 2012 at the BioScience Research Collaborative on the Rice University campus. The Center has taken a unique approach to developing mitigation strategies and has identified four zones of interest in the Houston-Galveston region: the Houston Ship Channel, West Bayshore including Clear Lake, Galveston Island and a Coastal Recreation Area. The conference will include an update on current findings by researchers at Texas A&M, the University of Texas, University of Houston and Rice University. In addition, prominent national speakers have been invited to the conference. The conference will include two half day short courses on emergency management strategy and storm modeling and provide a forum for public discussion and response for decision and policy makers, and stakeholders.
Fee: Conference Only - $125 | Short Course Only: $50 | Both Conference and Short Course: $150
CEUs will be awarded

Conference participants will recieve a copy of the SSPEED Center’s Lessons From Ike, an overview of the latest research performed since Hurricane Ike struck the Texas Gulf Coast in 2008.

Registration is now open.
Visit https://signup.rice.edu/GulfCoastHurricanes/ to reserve your spot today!

When

April 11, 2012
1:49PM for 48 hrs

Where

Rice University

Cost

$125

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