The Iowa Flood Center is seeking assistance from landowners to find sites within the watershed to deploy the rain gauges this spring.
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Villarini et al. used daily rainfall measurements from 447 rain gauges with a record of least 50 years throughout the central United States to examine the presence of changes in the frequency of heavy rainfall.
From Friday, Nov. 30 through Sunday, Dec. 2, more than 30 teachers from seven targeted communities across the state that experienced flooding will come to the UI campus to participate in the first ever College of Education’s Interdisciplinary Flood Workshop for Teachers as part of the Living with Floods project. The workshop is part of […]
The Iowa Flood Center (IFC) will be collaborating with NASA in the spring of 2013 on Iowa Flood Studies or IFloodS – a project to enhance the understanding of precipitation events worldwide.
Support the expansion of the Iowa Flood Center’s stream-stage sensor network.
A project to design, implement, and evaluate an innovative flood forecasting system will help authorities better predict flooding potential in a watershed.
IFC staff and students will be in the Varied Industries Building demonstrating IFIS at the 2012 Iowa State Fair, August 9-19.
Iowa Flood Center
The University of Iowa
100 Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory
Iowa City, IA 52242
Contact: Breanna Shea