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View Resource Sandbagging for Flood Protection

A sandbag dike must be built properly to prevent or reduce flood damage. This document shows you exactly how to do it.

http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/ageng/safety/ae626w.htm
View Resource Floods and Floodplains

Papers and press releases on work to protect people and river health.

http://www.americanrivers.org/our-work/restoring-rivers/floo...
View Resource Water Watch – Current Water Resources Conditions: Flood and High Flow Conditions.

Maps of flood and high flow conditions.

http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/?state=us&map_type=flood&web_type...
View Resource Water Watch – Current Water Resources Conditions: Google Maps

Google map of flood and high flow condition (United States).

http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/?m=flood&w=gmap®ions=xusp
View Resource NiJel: Community Impact Through Mapping

NiJeL's team of mapping and web experts is ready to help you create the perfect visual that explains complex problems and how your program is having tangible, quantifiable impacts. From improving...

http://nijel.org/gallery.html
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