Brayton Noll is a PhD researcher at CSTM. His primary supervisor is Professor Dr. Tatiana Filatova and co-supervisor is Professor Dr. Ariana Need.
Brayton’s PhD explores human behavior and adaptation to natural hazards. His research focus is on resilience to flooding, specifically examining the dynamic aspects of individual behavior and feedbacks across scales. He will conduct multiple waves of surveys, over a three-year period, in four countries, to explore these feedbacks and study how individual behavior evolves over time and to changing circumstances.
Funding for his position and research are provided by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program (grant agreement #758014).
- Research Interests and Expertise”:
- Flooding resilience and adaptation
- Risk perceptions
- Climate change mitigation