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Methods for estimating magnitude and frequency of floods in rural basins in the southeastern United States: South Carolina

Flood estimates are needed for the efficient design of bridges, highway embankments, levees, to protect lives and property in flood-prone areas, and to determine flood-insurance rates.

by Feaster, Toby D.; Gotvald, Anthony J.; and Weaver, J. Curtis
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2009-3085
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Related topics:
Floods, Hydrology, Risk assessment, Statistical analysis
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Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina
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