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July 18 Webinar:
Hydrologic Warning Systems 101

On July 18, David C. Curtis of WEST Consultants, Inc., provided a basic introduction to planning, designing, and implementing hydrologic warning systems. He addressed key questions, including:

  1. What’s the purpose of a hydrologic warning system?
  2. How are potential benefits of a hydrologic warning system achieved?
  3. How is a hydrologic warning system configured?
  4. How many gages are needed?
  5. What type of automation is needed?
  6. What are the roles of the Internet, cloud computing, and social media?
  7. How can hydrologic warning systems impact flood insurance rates?
  8. How is public engagement facilitated?

About the speaker:

  • David C. Curtis, Ph.D., F.EWRI, Sr. Vice President, WEST Consultants, Inc.

Presentation from the webinar:

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Watershed University is a free event that provides education and networking opportunities for California professionals in floodplain management, water management, emergency management and related fields. Led by the California Silver Jackets, this event is a cooperative effort that evolved from the recognition that some communities could not afford the investment of time and money to send floodplain managers and other professionals to conferences.

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