When it Rains, it Floods

With flooding events becoming more prevalent every year due to rising sea level, heavy rains, and the other impacts of a changing climate, flood management and prevention has become increasing critical.

Communities and cities around the world have designed an action plan to appropriately monitor flood resilience – where do you currently stand? Test your flood event knowledge:

How did you do?

Does your plan need a tune-up?

Check out these resources that offer expert hydrology guidance on how to build flood resilience plans for any stage of your current network, and learn how to use OTT Hydromet’s five-step plan to achieve flood resilience through monitoring.

Whitepaper: Building Urban Flood Resilience

On-Demand Webinar: Proactive Data Collection for Flood Warning

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