Center Develops Web-Based Flood Map for Mason City A new web-based flood preparedness tool developed at the Iowa Flood Center (IFC) can help Mason City residents know what to expect from the Winnebago River at times of high flows. The new Mason City flood inundation maps are available to the public on the Internet through […]
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A series of events in seven Iowa communities to commemorate the five-year anniversary of the historic 2008 flood.
Iowa Flood Center to demonstrate web-based flood inundation map of Mason City on Monday, July 2
A new web-based flood map can help Elkader residents know what to expect from the Turkey River at times of high flows.
One of the Iowa Flood Center’s four state-of-the-art mobile weather radar units, stationed at the landfill, is close to the fire still burning at the landfill, although it is currently in no danger, says IFC Director Witold Krajewski.
The Iowa General Assembly recently appropriated funds to support the Iowa Flood Center’s fiscal year 2013 operations.
The Iowa Flood Center will work with four watersheds in Iowa to study the impact of mitigation projects on downstream flooding.
Iowa Flood Center student Paul Haugen, is this year’s recipient of the E.B. Kurtz Senior Merit Award. Haugen’s work at the Iowa Flood Center focuses on the design and implementation of the communication format between the stream stage sensors and the network. The E.B. Kurtz Senior Merit Award is given in recognition of high scholarship, […]