Flood Forecasting

Flood Forecasting: A Global Perspective describes flood forecast systems and operations as they currently exist at national and regional centers around the globe, focusing on the technical aspects of flood forecast systems. This book includes the details of data flow, what data is used, quality control, the hydrologic and hydraulic models used, and the unique problems of each country or system, such as glacial dam failures, ice jams, sparse data, and ephemeral streams and rivers. Each chapter describes the system, including details about its strengths and weaknesses, and covers lessons learned. This helpful resource facilitates sharing knowledge that will lead to improvements of existing systems and provides a valuable reference to those wishing to develop new forecast systems by drawing on best practices. Covers global systems allowing readers to see a worldwide perspective with different approaches used by existing flood forecast systems Provides historical coverage allowing readers to understand why forecast systems have developed as they have and to see how specific systems have dealt with common problems encountered Presents a vision of what appears to be the future of hydrologic forecasting and difficulties facing hydrologic forecasting Provides a helpful resource to facilitate improvements to existing systems based on a best practices approach

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  • Author : Thomas E Adams
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 478 pages
  • ISBN : 0128018593
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Flood Forecasting

Flood Forecasting
  • Author : Thomas E Adams,Thomas C. Pagano
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 04 April 2016
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Flood Forecasting: A Global Perspective describes flood forecast systems and operations as they currently exist at national and regional centers around the globe, focusing on the technical aspects of flood forecast systems. This book includes the details of data flow, what data is used, quality control, the hydrologic and hydraulic models used, and the unique problems of each country or system, such as glacial dam failures, ice jams, sparse data, and ephemeral streams and rivers. Each chapter describes the system,

Flood Forecasting Using Machine Learning Methods

Flood Forecasting Using Machine Learning Methods
  • Author : Fi-John Chang,Kuolin Hsu,Li-Chiu Chang
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release : 28 February 2019
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Nowadays, the degree and scale of flood hazards has been massively increasing as a result of the changing climate, and large-scale floods jeopardize lives and properties, causing great economic losses, in the inundation-prone areas of the world. Early flood warning systems are promising countermeasures against flood hazards and losses. A collaborative assessment according to multiple disciplines, comprising hydrology, remote sensing, and meteorology, of the magnitude and impacts of flood hazards on inundation areas significantly contributes to model the integrity and

Flood Forecasting Using Artificial Neural Networks

Flood Forecasting Using Artificial Neural Networks
  • Author : P Varoonchotikul
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 01 January 2003
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Flood disasters continue to occur in many countries in the world and cause tremendous casualties and property damage. To mitigate the effects of floods, a range of structural and non-structural measures have been employed including dykes, channelling, flood-proofing property, land-use regulation and flood warning schemes. Such schemes can include the use of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) for modelling the rainfall run-off process as it is a quick and flexible approach which gives very promising results. However, the inability of ANN

Stochastic Flood Forecasting System

Stochastic Flood Forecasting System
  • Author : Renata J. Romanowicz,Marzena Osuch
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 29 June 2015
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This book presents the novel formulation and development of a Stochastic Flood Forecasting System, using the Middle River Vistula basin in Poland as a case study. The system has a modular structure, including models describing the rainfall-runoff and snow-melt processes for tributary catchments and the transformation of a flood wave within the reach. The sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of the elements of the study system are performed at both the calibration and verification stages. The spatial and temporal variability of

Modelling Uncertainty in Flood Forecasting Systems

Modelling Uncertainty in Flood Forecasting Systems
  • Author : Shreeda Maskey
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 23 November 2004
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Like all natural hazards, flooding is a complex and inherently uncertain phenomenon. Despite advances in developing flood forecasting models and techniques, the uncertainty in forecasts remains unavoidable. This uncertainty needs to be acknowledged, and uncertainty estimation in flood forecasting provides a rational basis for risk-based criteria. This book presents the development and applications of various methods based on probablity and fuzzy set theories for modelling uncertainty in flood forecasting systems. In particular, it presents a methodology for uncertainty assessment using

Flash Flood Forecasting Over Complex Terrain

Flash Flood Forecasting Over Complex Terrain
  • Author : National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate,Committee to Assess NEXRAD Flash Flood Forecasting Capabilities at Sulphur Mountain, California
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 28 January 2005
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The nation's network of more than 130 Next Generation Radars (NEXRADs) is used to detect wind and precipitation to help National Weather Service forecasters monitor and predict flash floods and other storms. This book assesses the performance of the Sulphur Mountain NEXRAD in Southern California, which has been scrutinized for its ability to detect precipitation in the atmosphere below 6000 feet. The book finds that the Sulphur Mountain NEXRAD provides crucial coverage of the lower atmosphere and is appropriately situated to assist

River Ice Processes and Ice Flood Forecasting

River Ice Processes and Ice Flood Forecasting
  • Author : Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 25 September 2019
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This book exposes practitioners and students to the theory and application of river and lake ice processes to gain a better understanding of these processes for modelling and forecasting. It focuses on the following processes of the surface water ice: freeze-up, ice cover thickening, ice cover breakup and ice jamming. The reader will receive a fundamental understanding of the physical processes of each component and how they are applied in monitoring and modelling ice covers during the winter season and

Operational Flood Forecasting, Warning and Response for Multi-Scale Flood Risks in Developing Cities

Operational Flood Forecasting, Warning and Response for Multi-Scale Flood Risks in Developing Cities
  • Author : María Carolina Rogelis
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 22 April 2020
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The aim of this book is to contribute to understanding risk knowledge and to forecasting components of early flood warning, particularly in the environment of tropical high mountains in developing cities. This research covers a challenge, taking into account the persistent lack of data, limited resources and often complex climatic, hydrologic and hydraulic conditions. In this research, a regional method is proposed for assessing flash flood susceptibility and for identifying debris flow predisposition at the watershed scale. An indication of

Status of Flood-control Legislation and Works- Precipitation, Flood Forecasts,and River Stages- Watershed Protection, Retardation, Soil Stabilization, Reforestation, Stream Flow and Discharge

Status of Flood-control Legislation and Works- Precipitation, Flood Forecasts,and River Stages- Watershed Protection, Retardation, Soil Stabilization, Reforestation, Stream Flow and Discharge
  • Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Flood Control
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 25 October 2021
GET THIS BOOKStatus of Flood-control Legislation and Works- Precipitation, Flood Forecasts,and River Stages- Watershed Protection, Retardation, Soil Stabilization, Reforestation, Stream Flow and Discharge