Matthew E. Bates
Matthew E. Bates
California Department of Water Resources
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Resilience and sustainability: Similarities and differences in environmental management applications
D Marchese, E Reynolds, ME Bates, H Morgan, S Spierre Clark, I Linkov
Science of the Total Environment 613, 1275-1283, 2018
Measurable resilience for actionable policy
I Linkov, DA Eisenberg, ME Bates, D Chang, M Convertino, JH Allen, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (18), 10108-10110, 2013
Use of natural and nature-based features (NNBF) for coastal resilience
TS Bridges, KA Burks-Copes, ME Bates, ZA Collier, JC Fischenich, ...
US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory …, 2015
Illustrating anticipatory life cycle assessment for emerging photovoltaic technologies
BA Wender, RW Foley, V Prado-Lopez, D Ravikumar, DA Eisenberg, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (18), 10531-10538, 2014
A decision-directed approach for prioritizing research into the impact of nanomaterials on the environment and human health
I Linkov, ME Bates, LJ Canis, TP Seager, JM Keisler
Nature Nanotechnology 6 (12), 784-787, 2011
Impacts of rising air temperatures on electric transmission ampacity and peak electricity load in the United States
M Bartos, M Chester, N Johnson, B Gorman, D Eisenberg, I Linkov, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (11), 114008, 2016
A matrix approach to community resilience assessment: an illustrative case at Rockaway Peninsula
C Fox-Lent, ME Bates, I Linkov
Environment Systems and Decisions 35 (2), 209-218, 2015
Use of stochastic multi-criteria decision analysis to support sustainable management of contaminated sediments
M Sparrevik, DN Barton, ME Bates, I Linkov
Environmental science & technology 46 (3), 1326-1334, 2012
Life cycle assessment for dredged sediment placement strategies
ME Bates, C Fox-Lent, L Seymour, BA Wender, I Linkov
Science of The Total Environment 511, 309-318, 2015
For nanotechnology decisions, use decision analysis
I Linkov, ME Bates, BD Trump, TP Seager, MA Chappell, JM Keisler
Nano Today 8 (1), 5-10, 2013
Resilience metrics: lessons from military doctrines
DA Eisenberg, I Linkov, J Park, ME Bates, C Fox-Lent, TP Seager
Solutions 5 (5), 76-87, 2014
Emerging technologies for environmental remediation: integrating data and judgment
ME Bates, KD Grieger, BD Trump, JM Keisler, KJ Plourde, I Linkov
Environmental science & technology 50 (1), 349-358, 2016
Benefits and risks of emerging technologies: Integrating life cycle assessment and decision analysis to assess lumber treatment alternatives
MP Tsang, ME Bates, M Madison, I Linkov
Environmental science & technology 48 (19), 11543-11550, 2014
Rapid infectious diseases diagnostics using Smartphones
M Bates, A Zumla
Annals of translational medicine 3 (15), 2015
Stakeholder engagement in dredged material management decisions
ZA Collier, ME Bates, MD Wood, I Linkov
Science of the total environment 496, 248-256, 2014
Delta subsidence reversal, levee failure, and aquatic habitat—a cautionary tale
ME Bates, JR Lund
San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 11 (1), 2013
Integrating legal liabilities in nanomanufacturing risk management
M Mohan, BD Trump, ME Bates, JC Monica Jr, I Linkov
Environmental science & technology 46 (15), 7955-7962, 2012
Use of natural and nature-based features (NNBF) for coastal resilience final report
TS Bridges, PW Wagner, KA Burks-Copes, ME Bates, ZA Collier, ...
US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center, 2015
Balancing research and funding using value of information and portfolio tools for nanomaterial risk classification
ME Bates, JM Keisler, NP Zussblatt, KJ Plourde, BA Wender, I Linkov
Nature nanotechnology 11 (2), 198-203, 2016
Civilian response corps force review: The application of multi‐criteria decision analysis to prioritize skills required for future diplomatic missions
I Linkov, H Rosoff, LJ Valverde, ME Bates, B Trump, D Friedman, J Evans, ...
Journal of Multi‐Criteria Decision Analysis 19 (3-4), 155-168, 2012
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