Lisa Doner

Environmental Science and Policy

Plymouth State University

Workshop Participant, Webinar Participant, Website Contributor

Website Content Contributions

Course Modules (4)

Unit 2: Application of Concepts to Case Studies part of Major Storms and Community Resilience
In Unit 2, students apply and evaluate foundational concepts about storm hazards and risk in the context of two cases studies: Superstorm Sandy (2012) and the Storm of the Century (1993). Through different ...

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Activities (2)

Understanding flood risk at the community level part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Teaching about Risk and Resilience:Activities
University level activity on floodplain risks. Uses FEMA maps and SERC river geomorphology videos.

Hurricane Tracking part of Hurricanes-Climate Change Connection:Activities
This is a homework assignment that focuses student attention on ongoing hurricane/tropical storm development, often during the height of hurricane season. The students are directed to a web site (I like ...

Conference Presentations (4)

Enhancing Computational Pathways in Undergraduate Environmental Majors part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2023:Program:Oral Sessions:Monday Oral Session B
Digital and computational literacy, including the understanding, implementation and application of computer, software, and programming are increasingly important criteria for positions within the environmental ...

Other Contributions (2)

Lisa Doner: Using Major Storms and Community Resilience in ESP 2110 Introduction to Environmental Science and Policy II at Plymouth State University part of Major Storms and Community Resilience
My course is a first year introduction to environmental science, typically taught as a lecture-lab combination. This module provides the students a more inquiry-driven approach to understanding environmental risks and mitigation and serves as a culminating experience for their first year. It was fascinating to see the really dig into these activities. Over the three weeks of the module, they became far more alert and tuned into the world around them, especially with regard to natural disasters and how prepared (or unprepared) the affected communities were for them. I can build upon these experiences now in the Intro to Geosciences course that follows this one, using their knowledge about risk communication and preparation to engage them in discussions about resilience to catastrophic (earthquakes and volcanos) versus gradual changes (climate and sea level).

Lisa Doner part of Hurricanes-Climate Change Connection:Workshop 08:Participant Profiles
Lisa Doner Environmental Science and Policy Plymouth State University 17 High St MS 67 Plymouth, NH 03264 603.535.3256 603.535.3180(fax) donerl@mac.com I'm a paleoclimatologist with a huge interest in active ...

Communities

Workshop Participant (31 workshops)

Webinar Participant (5 webinars)