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 This video introduces the Coastal Atlas, developed by Texas A&M University at Galveston, which allows users to see the extent of flood inundation and monetary loss that could be caused by future storms. It also shows how devastating major hurricanes have been to the Greater Houston Area and brings to life the potential damage of the next big storm. It also shows how a system such as the Coastal Spine and Ike Dike concept would mitigate storm surge. Check out the new Coastal Atlas tool here: http://newcoastalatlas.tamug.edu/atlaswebpage/tricounty/tricountyatlas.html
  Janiece Longoria, chairman, Port of Houston Authority, gave a dynamic presentation on the State of the Port before a large gathering of members of the Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, at Lakewood Yacht Club in Seabrook, Texas.  The Port is the # 1 U.S. Port by Foreign Waterborne Tonnage – 163M Tons – and the # 1 U.S. Port in Petroleum, Steel and Project Cargo.  Learn more about the Port of Houston in this fact-filled pdf.

Dr. Robert W. (Bill) Gilmer delivered a very informative message on March 24, 2015, about Houston’s economy, particularly how the price of oil affects Houston's upstream companies on its west side and the downstream industry on its east side, before a large mid-day gathering of members of the Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership.  Attached is his presentation titled "Oil in Freefall! And the Economic Outlook for Houston."  Gilmer is the director of the Institute for Regional Forecasting in the University of Houston’s Bauer College of Business. BAHEP’s Annual State of the Economy luncheon, presented by the organization’s Small Business Committee, was held at NASA Johnson Space Center's Gilruth Center.
Learn about the Bay Area Houston Advanced Technology Consortium (BayTech). BayTech is a 501(c)(3) technology consortium that brings together academia, industry, NASA Johnson Space Center, and the State of Texas. BayTech pursues federal and private research and technology development funding that will create jobs, retain the work force and knowledge base, generate new revenue streams, and maximize future opportunities for Texas and the greater Houston region.

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