Increasing Transportation Planning Resiliency with Landslide Vulnerability Modeling

Increasing Transportation Planning Resiliency with Landslide Vulnerability Modeling

April showers bring May flowers has been a saying from as far back as the 1500s. Lately, the showers just keep coming—and so does the stormwater that follows. All this rain is leading to an increase in landslides, damaging roads and highways in southwestern Pennsylvania. Last year, millions of dollars were allocated for landslide remediation in this region.

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Powering Natural Resource Conservation with Location Intelligence

Powering Natural Resource Conservation with Location Intelligence

When it comes to water pollution in urban areas, construction sites are often the main offender. With the pressing need to replace aging infrastructure and the nationwide trend of more people moving to urban locations, local governments and conservation districts must be more prepared than ever to plan for and mitigate urban runoff and construction site erosion.

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