This category deals with one of the most destructive weather phenomena, floods. Floods can be caused by hurricanes and heavy rains. They can be in rivers, lakes, streams, even that little harmless creek up the road. Sites listed here discuss anything flood related, from specific flood incidents to the phenomenon behind floods, to how to deal with flooding before and after.
Information on preparing for floods and how to cope afterwards.
ASFPM is an organization of professionals in the US interested in floods, floodplain management and related topics. Site contains news of national, state and local floodplain management legislation.
Extensive information on dealing with the before, during, and aftermath of floods, presented by North Dakota State University.
Provides services and resources on flooding in King County, Washington.
Information about flooding, floodplains, and flood protection. Also links to other web resources related to floods, flooding, and floodplain management.
Provides information and links to projects, policies, and science covering the fields of climate change, energy, environment and floods in Europe and China.
Takes a look at the history of floods, the Midwestern flood of 1993, and the benefits of floods.
Including floodplain mapping and mitigation programs, advice on preparedness, reports on past floods, and legal information.
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