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Thomas A. Wall
Thomas A. Wall
Argonne National Laboratory, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Dynamic adaptive approach to transportation-infrastructure planning for climate change: San-Francisco-Bay-Area case study
TA Wall, WE Walker, VAWJ Marchau, L Bertolini
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 21 (4), 05015004, 2015
432015
Risk-based adaptation frameworks for climate change planning in the transportation sector: Synthesis of practice
TA Wall, MD Meyer
Transportation Research Board 92nd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2013
172013
A Rubric to Analyze Student Abilities to Engage in Sustainable Design.
MK Watson, E Barrella, TA Wall, C Noyes, M Rodgers
Advances in Engineering Education 6 (1), n1, 2017
162017
Development and application of a sustainable design rubric to evaluate student abilities to incorporate sustainability into capstone design projects
MK Watson, EM Barrella, TA Wall, CR Noyes, MO Rodgers
2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 23.408. 1-23.408. 33, 2013
152013
Resilience management practices for electric utilities and extreme weather
CD Zamuda, T Wall, L Guzowski, J Bergerson, J Ford, LP Lewis, R Jeffers, ...
The Electricity Journal 32 (9), 106642, 2019
142019
Exploring the use of egocentric online social network data to characterize individual air travel behavior
TA Wall, GS Macfarlane, KE Watkins
Transportation Research Record 2400 (1), 78-86, 2014
132014
A federated simulation method for multi-modal transportation systems: combining a discrete event-based logistics simulator and a discrete time-step-based traffic microsimulator
TA Wall, MO Rodgers, R Fujimoto, MP Hunter
Simulation 91 (2), 148-163, 2015
112015
Risk-based adaptation frameworks for climate change planning in the transportation sector
TA Wall, MD Meyer
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, DC, 2013
72013
Projecting climate change impacts on the transportation system: A GIS-based approach for network-level culvert infrastructure management
TA Wall, MO Rodgers, AA Amekudzi
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2014
62014
A federated simulation approach to modeling port and roadway operations
TA Wall
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010
52010
Comparing measures of student sustainable design skills using a project-level rubric and surveys
MK Watson, E Barrella, T Wall, C Noyes, M Rodgers
Sustainability 12 (18), 7308, 2020
32020
Developing adaptive resilience in infrastructure systems: an approach to quantify long-term benefits
P Singh, A Amekudzi-Kennedy, B Ashuri, M Chester, S Labi, TA Wall
Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure 8 (sup1), 26-47, 2023
22023
Extreme Precipitation and Runoff under Changing Climate in Southern Maine
E Yan, A Jared, V Mahat, M Picel, D Verner, T Wall, EM Moges, ...
Argonne National Lab.(ANL), Argonne, IL (United States), 2016
12016
Transportation System Health: Meeting Deficiency Needs and Growth Aspirations Systemically
A Amekudzi-Kennedy, MA Akofio-Sowah, RS Boadi, SR Brodie, ...
Transportation Research Record 2568 (1), 31-40, 2016
12016
Transportation Planning Methods for Coping with Climate Change Uncertainty: An Overview
TA Wall, WE Walker, VAWJ Marchau
The CIP Report, 2015
12015
A risk-based assessment tool to prioritize roadway culvert assets for climate change adaptation planning
TA Wall
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013
12013
Climate Information generation and translation for public and private sector entities
VR Kotamarthi, J Wang, E Yan, W Pringle, T Wall
AGU23, 2023
2023
Panel Discussion: Partnering with Industry to Safeguard Infrastructure Against Climate Change
T Wall, VR Kotamarthi, G Anderson, Q Cummings, R Burg
AGU23, 2023
2023
Sink or Swim: Innovations in coastal storm surge and inland flood modeling
E Yan, W Pringle, S Pal, J Feinstein, J Wang, VR Kotamarthi, T Wall
AGU23, 2023
2023
Modeling Future Wildfire and Drought Risks
VR Kotamarthi, B Gamelin, J Wang, T Wall
AGU23, 2023
2023
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