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dc.contributor.advisorVedlitz, Arnold Hannibal, Bryce
dc.creatorAlbuja, Carolina
dc.creatorDawley, Harrison
dc.creatorDuncan, Hailey
dc.creatorEscalante, Lindsay
dc.creatorGrimes, Sydney
dc.creatorRoach, Kimberly
dc.creatorRutledge, Garrison
dc.description.abstractAs part of The Bush School of Government and Public Service capstone project, this report was conducted in an effort to provide recovery assistance to Texas communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Specifically, this report focuses on the City of Wharton, Texas, a small community 60 miles southwest of Houston that experienced extensive damage and destruction from Hurricane Harvey. The following report is the product of several months of work conducted by a team of Master of Public Service and Administration graduate students using available literature, case studies, secondary data analysis, and stakeholder interviews to provide a detailed analysis of the storm and its aftermath experienced in Wharton, including recommendations to community leaders for current and future recovery actions, areas to increase resilience, and possible priorities for consideration to improve response and recovery for future natural disasters.en
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United Statesen
dc.titleBuilding Resilience: Planning and Recovery Strategies for Small Towns after Hurricane Harvey Flooding - The City of Wharton, Texasen
dc.typeTechnical Reporten
dc.contributor.sponsorCity of Wharton, Texas
local.departmentPublic Service and Administrationen

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