When we talk about flooding, or issue flood warnings, we always think about what the likely impacts on people, property and essential infrastructure (big roads, railways, water works, power stations) will be. The more severe the impacts the higher the level of warning. The terms we use to describe flood risk are also governed by the level of expected impacts. This blog provides some examples of those different impacts. Read Dave Throup’s articles.
Live Flood Update
Severe Flood Warnings
Should this apply in the UK too? Congress Calls for Greater Transparency of Flood Risks on.nrdc.org/2rzSjTZ via @nrdc
Scepticism is fine if backed up with knowledge. The reality is we are seeing more flooding, more intense rainfall &… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…