kEubanks_homewatershed


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Abstract

My name is Kathleen Eubanks and I am a master's student at LSU in Coastal and Ecological Engineering. I am a native of New Orleans, LA, but I received my undergrad from Texas A&M University. Somewhat ironically, I fell in love with coastal studies while at Texas A&M in a salt marsh on the coast of Texas. After graduation, the natural move was to head home to Louisiana to further my studies of the coast. I am currently working on using social media data and photos to create a better spatial and temporal understanding of the floods surrounding the Amite River in Baton Rouge in August of 2016. I look forward to learning more about flood modeling and the understanding of flood risk, especially in coastal communities. Pertaining to academics, I enjoy going out to Wax Lake Delta to help with field work for other in my lab. Although I am currently focused more on rivers at the moment, I always feel at home in a marsh. Outside of academics, I enjoy running, hiking, and cooking Italian and New Orleans-style food!

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Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
North Latitude
30.4911°
East Longitude
-90.9613°
South Latitude
30.3976°
West Longitude
-91.1315°

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Eubanks, K. (2017). kEubanks_homewatershed, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/920df63b702443c7a20c61414e73e895

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