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NRP has the ability to deploy continuous water level monitoring systems to collect water level data for any site. This is critical in developing an accurate hydrodynamic model to simulate the existing conditions before being able to study future project alternatives.
We can develop a flood forecasting model with the ability to input forecast rainfall data from NOAA and simulate future flood levels throughout a specified area.
A flood forecasting system can be used to:
With the recent boom in developments and the lack of comprehensive impact assessments over the last 15 years, it is essential we revisit flood prone areas to study and implement projects which can mitigate flooding. NRP can work with you to identify the flood risks facilitate effective and innovative ways to mitigate these risks.
With the advancement of technology we can now forecast where, how much, and what type of future developments within the floodplain should be to maintain or even reduce the risks of flooding. We can help you develop these critical floodplain management practices which are vital to maintaining control of your floodplain.
HEC-RAS 2D simulation of water levels in the Bayou Manchac and Spanish Lake basins during the August 2016 Flood Event.
HEC-RAS 2D simulation of peak water levels and flow paths in the lower Alexander Creek floodplain during a 10% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) or 10-Year Storm Event.