Water Resources

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Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Active

Flood Inundation Mapping - Loss Estimation

Using a flood inundation map library to estimate where floodwaters will go and how deep they will be is crucial for planning and preparing for floods. By performing loss-estimation modeling, the potential physical, economic, and social impacts of disasters can be calculated, helping communities anticipate the effects of flooding and identify specific strategies to reduce losses and speed...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Active

FIM Toolbox: Prepare Your FIM Report

The FIM Toolbox contains comprehensive information on the Flood Inundation Mapping program, including how to develop a flood inundation map library. This section of the FIM Toolbox provides information on how to prepare your FIM report. The Toolbox is updated as new resources become available.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Active

FIM Toolbox: Obtain Approval and Publish Your FIM Library

The FIM Toolbox contains a comprehensive information on the Flood Inundation Mapping program, including how to develop a flood inundation map library. This section of the FIM Toolbox provides information on obtaining approval and publishing your FIM library. The Toolbox is updated as new resources become available.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Active

FIM Toolbox: Outreach and Education Resources

Outreach and education resources to help build flood inundation libraries.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Active

National Streamflow Statistics Program: Known Issues

The National Streamflow Statistics (NSS) Program compiles regression equations for estimating streamflow statistics for every state, Puerto Rico, and a number of metropolitan areas in the U.S. This page documents known issues with the NSS software program.

 

Contacts: Peter McCarthy
Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Active

National Streamflow Statistics Program: Regional Regression Equation Publications by State or Territory

The National Streamflow Statistics (NSS) Program compiles regression equations for estimating streamflow statistics for every state, Puerto Rico, and a number of metropolitan areas in the U.S. This page documents known issues with the NSS software program.

Contacts: Peter McCarthy
Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Completed

2017 Pacific Winter Floods

Learn more about USGS flood activities related to the 2017 Pacific Winter Floods caused by widespread rains across California and western Nevada.

Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Completed

2017 Midwest Spring Floods

Learn more about USGS flood activities related to the 2017 Midwest Spring Floods that occurred across large portions of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Arkansas in late April and early May, 2017.

Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Completed

September 2016 Northern Plains Floods

Learn more about USGS flood activities related to the September 2016 Northern Plains Floods when more than 12 inches of rain fell in northeast Iowa, southeast Minnesota, and southwest Wisconsin during a 24-hour period on September 22 and 23, 2016.

Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Completed

August 2016 Louisiana Floods

Learn more about USGS flood activities related to the August 2016 Louisana Floods.

Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Completed

2016 Southern Spring Floods

Learn more about USGS flood activities related to the 2016 Southern Spring Floods. These floods were caused by significant amounts of tropical moisture that was funneled through a narrow zone across East Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi, creating severe flood conditions.

Date published: February 26, 2019
Status: Completed

January 2016 Noreaster

Learn more about USGS flood activities related to the January 2016 Noreaster which combined signifcant snowfall, high winds, and storm surge from Arkansas to Massachusetts.