Neil Debbage
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The urban heat island effect and city contiguity
N Debbage, JM Shepherd
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 54, 181-194, 2015
Quantifying the spatiotemporal trends of urban sprawl among large US metropolitan areas via spatial metrics
N Debbage, B Bereitschaft, JM Shepherd
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 10 (3), 317-345, 2017
A climatology of atmospheric river interactions with the southeastern United States coastline
N Debbage, P Miller, S Poore, K Morano, T Mote, J Marshall Shepherd
International Journal of Climatology 37 (11), 4077-4091, 2017
The influence of urban development patterns on streamflow characteristics in the Charlanta Megaregion
N Debbage, JM Shepherd
Water Resources Research 54 (5), 3728-3747, 2018
Superstorm Sandy and voter vulnerability in the 2012 US Presidential Election: a case study of New Jersey and Connecticut
N Debbage, N Gonsalves, JM Shepherd, JA Knox
Environmental Hazards 13 (3), 181-199, 2014
Sky-View Factor Estimation: A Case Study of Athens, Georgia
N Debbage
The Geographical Bulletin 54, 49-57, 2013
Urban influences on the spatiotemporal characteristics of runoff and precipitation during the 2009 Atlanta flood
N Debbage, JM Shepherd
Journal of Hydrometeorology 20 (1), 3-21, 2019
100 years of Progress in Applied Meteorology Part II: Applications that Address Growing Populations
SE Haupt, S Hanna, M Askelson, M Shepherd, MA Fragomeni, ...
Meteorological Monographs, 2019
Multiscalar spatial analysis of urban flood risk and environmental justice in the Charlanta megaregion, USA
N Debbage
Anthropocene 28, 100226, 2019
Urban Flooding Vulnerability: A Multifaceted Comparative Assessment of the Charlanta Megaregion
N Debbage
University of Georgia, 2018
The influence of point source aerosol emissions on atmospheric convective activity in the vicinity of power plants in Georgia, USA
N Debbage, J McLeod, J Rackley, L Zhu, TL Mote, AJ Grundstein
Papers in Applied Geography 1 (2), 134-142, 2015
Aviation carbon emissions, route choice and tourist destinations: Are non-stop routes a remedy?
KG Debbage, N Debbage
Annals of Tourism Research 79, 102765, 2019
Quantifying urban form via spatial metrics and its climatic implications
N Debbage
University of Georgia, 2014
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