Daniel Cobb


Research Associate

Email: cobbdj@ornl.gov

Education

M.S. GIS, Northwest Missouri State University 2011
B.S. Geography, University of Central Missouri 2004

Expertise:

Population Distribution and Dynamics, Open Source Data Management, Spatial Analysis and Modeling

Professional Interests:

  • Human Vulnerability, Community Resiliency
  • Hazard Planning, Response, Recovery, & Adaptation
  • Cadastral, LULC, & Population Landscapes
  • GIS, Remote Sensing

Professional Experience

2007 – 2012  GIS Analyst, Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council
2005 – 2007  GIS Technician, City of Cape Coral, Florida

Selected Publications

Beever, J., Gray, W., Cobb, D., Beever, L., Walker, T. 2012. Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Opportunities for Salt Marsh Types in Southwest Florida. Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council.


Cobb, Daniel J., 2011. Social Vulnerabilities to Storm Surge Flooding: A Case Study for Lee County, Florida. Northwest Missouri State University. Master Thesis


State of Florida. Division of Emergency Management. Southwest Florida Storm Surge Depth Analysis. 2011.


Beever, J., Gray, W., Trescott, D., Cobb, D., Utley, J., Hutchinson, D. 2010. Lee County Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment. Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council.


State of Florida. Division of Emergency Management. Statewide Regional Evacuation Study. 2010.