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TitleAuthor(s)Abstracts
The Dual Polarization Radar Technology Update. Paul Schlatter - Warning Decision Training Branch, Norman, OK View abstract
The Future of Hydrologic Modeling David B. Radell - NOAA/National Weather Service, Eastern Region Headquarters Scientific Services Division, Bohemia, NY View abstract
The Advanced Flash Flood Monitoring and Prediction System. Tom Filiaggi, FFMP Task Lead, NWS - MDL - DAB. View abstract
Dual Polarization Radar, Rainfall Forecasting and Other Applications. Mark Alliksaar, Research Meteorologist, National Lab for Nowcasting & Remote Sensing Environment Canada. View abstract
Agnes and Wilkes-Barre, Then and Now. David J. Nicosia, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, NOAA/National Weather Service Binghamton, NY View abstract
FFMP Best Practices. Robert S. Davis Pittsburgh NWS. View abstract
NOAA NWS AHPS Flood Mapping Services. Victor Hom, National Weather Service, Office of Climate Water and Weather Services. View abstract
Response to Flash Flood Warnings: State of our Knowledge. Burrell E. Montz, Department of Geography, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. View abstract
Implementation of the Community Hydrologic Prediction System at the Northeast River Forecast Center. David R. Vallee, Hydrologist-in-Charge, NOAA/NWS/Northeast River Forecast Center, Taunton, MA. View abstract
Uncertainty in Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts (QPF) and its Impact on River Forecasts. David R. Vallee, Hydrologist-in-Charge, NOAA/NWS/Northeast River Forecast Center, Taunton, MA. View abstract
The August 21, 2009 Chelsea, VT Flash Flood – Case Study and Radar Considerations. Gregory A Hanson DOC/NOAA/National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office Burlington VT. View abstract
Appalachian Debris Flows: The Need to Increase Awareness and Preparedness. Steve Keighton. NOAA/NWS Blacksburg, VA. View abstract
The August 4, 2009 Louisville Flash Flood: A Case Study. Frank J. Pereira. DOC/NOAA/NWS/NCEP/Hydrometeorological Prediction Center. View abstract
Best Practices of National Weather Service Blacksburg, VA as demonstrated during the 15 May 2009 Christiansburg, VA Flash Flood. Anita M. Silverman and Peter Corrigan National Weather Service Blacksburg, Virginia. View abstract
A comparison of flash flood producing narrow cold frontal rain bands on November 16, 2006 and January 25, 2010 in northeast Pennsylvania and southern New York. Mike Evans, NWSFO Binghamton, NY. View abstract
Real-Time Flash Flood Forecasting In Small Fastresponding Watersheds Using A Distributed Rainfallrunoff Model. Michael Schaffner, Senior Service Hydrologist, NOAA National Weather Service (NWS), Johnson City, NY, Carl L. Unkrich, Hydrologist, USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Tucson, AZ, David C. Goodrich, Hydraulic Engineer, USDA ARS, Tucson, AZ. View abstract
Northeast Convective Flash Floods: Helping Forecasters Stay Ahead of Rising Water. Joseph P. Villani NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Albany, NY Derek V. Mallia University at Albany, Atmospheric Sciences Department. View abstract
DHM-TF: Flash Flood Forecasting With NEXRAD Precipitation Data And A Threshold Frequency Implementation Of A Distributed Hydrologic Model. Brian A. Cosgrove, NOAA, National Weather Service, Office of Hydrologic Development, Silver Spring, MD, Seann Reed - NWS/OHD, Michael Smith - NWS/OHD, Feng Ding1 - Wyle Information Systems, Yu Zhang - NWS/OHD, Zhengtao Cui - NWS/OHD and Lentech Incorporated, Ziya Zhang - NWS/OHD and UCAR. View abstract
Forecasting Heavy Precipitation Associated with Cool-Season 500-hPa Cutoff Cyclones in the Northeast. Melissa Payer, Lance F. Bosart, and Daniel Keyser Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, New York. Neil A. Stuart and Thomas A. Wasula NOAA/National Weather Service, Albany, New York View abstract
Short-Range QPF for Flash Flood Prediction and Small Basin Forecasts. Yu Zhang, David Kitzmiller, Wanru Wu, Shaorong Wu. Office of Hydrologic Development National Weather Service, NOAA Silver Spring, Maryland. View abstract
Q2: A National Multi-Sensor QPE System. Jian Zhang, Kenneth Howard, and Steve Vasiloff - Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, Carrie Langston, Brian Kaney, and Ami Arthur of both the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies and University of Oklahoma, Norman,OK. View abstract
Evaluation of a challenging warm season QPF month at HPC: June 2009. Brendon Rubin-Oster and Richard Otto - NOAA/NWS/Hydrometeorological Prediction Center. View abstract
Ensemble River Stage Forecasts From the Site Specific Hydrologic Predictor. Alan M. Cope - National Weather Service Forecast Office Mount Holly, NJ, Nancy Furbush and Jeffrey Tongue - National Weather Service Forecast Office, New York, NY, Michael Erickson - School of Marine and Atmosphere Sciences Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. View abstract
RFC/WFO Support Of A Potential Dam Failure: A Review Of The Whittenton Pond Dam Crisis Of 2005. David R. Vallee - Hydrologist-in-Charge / NOAA/NWS Northeast River Forecast Center and Nicole M. Belk - Senior Service Hydrologist / NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Taunton. View abstract
Integrating GFE, MPE, and Site-Specific into WFO Operations. Stephen DiRienzo - NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Albany, New York. View abstract
Mechanisms for Predecessor Rain Events in Advance of Tropical Cyclones. Benjamin J. Moore, Lance F. Bosart, and Daniel Keyser - Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, New York. Michael L. Jurewicz, Sr. - NOAA/NWS, Binghamton, NY. View abstract
A Flash Flood Forecasting and Warning System for Urban Settings: A Proof-of-Concept Study. John W. Fulton - Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Pittsburgh, PA. View abstract
Rainfall Organization and Atmospheric Conditions of Heavy Precipitation in the Northeastern United States. Stephen Jessup and Stephen Colucci - Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Cornell University, NY. View abstract
Flood and Discharge Monitoring During the 2008 Flood in Iowa using AMSR-E Data. Marouane Temimi*1, Teodosio Lacava2, Tarendra Lakhankar1, Valerio Tramutoli4, Hosni Ghedira3, Reza Khanbilvardi1
1NOAA-CREST, City University of New York, USA
2Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis (IMAA) - National Research Council (CNR), C.da Santa Loja, 85050 Tito Scalo (PZ) - Italy
3American University in Dubai, Dubai, UAE
4Department of Engineering and Physics of Environment (DIFA) - University of Basilicata – via dell’Ateneo Lucano, 10, 85100 Potenza - Italy
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Life on the Edge: Patterns and Probabilities of Heavy rainfall. Richard H. Grumm - National Weather Service State College, PA. View abstract
Improving Flash Food Prediction in Multiple Environments. Patrick D. Broxton - University of Arizona, Peter A. Troch - University of Arizona, Michael Schaffner - NWS Binghamton, NY, Carl Unkrich - USDA-ARS, David Goodrich - USDA-AR, Hoshin Gupta - University of Arizona, Thorsten Wagener - Penn State University, Soni Yatheendradas - NASA. View abstract
Techniques to Improve Flash Flood Warning Performance. Michael L. Jurewicz, Sr. NOAA/NWS, Binghamton, NY. View abstract
The Role of a Predecessor Rainfall Event (PRE) in the Devastating Floods Associated with Tropical Cyclone Agnes in June, 1972. Michael L. Jurewicz, Sr. NOAA/NWS, Binghamton, NY. View abstract
SSHP Advancements. Jeffery Myers. OHRFC. View abstract
Model-Derived Precipitation Potential Placement. Jeffery Myers, OHRFC. View abstract
Reconstruction Of Flood Magnitude, Inundation Extent And Flow Patterns In An Urban Flood. Miller, A.J., University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Smith, J.A., Princeton University, Baeck, M.L., Princeton University, Bates, P., University of Bristol, Fewtrell, T., University of Bristol, Meierdiercks, K., Siena College. View abstract
An Overview of Gridded Flash Flood Guidance; A Spatially Distributed Runoff and Threshold-Runoff Based Approach. Erick M. Boehmler - Hydrologist and Flash Flood Focal Point, NOAA/NWS/Northeast River Forecast Center, Taunton, MA. View abstract
Development of the Flash Flood Potential Index (FFPI) for Central NY & Northeast PA. Jim Brewster - NWS Binghamton, NY View abstract
The Who, What, Why and How Behind "CoCoRaHS". The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network Jim Brewster - NWS Binghamton, NY View abstract
A Discussion on the Utility of the High Resolution Flash Flood Potential Index for Customers and Partners. Jim Brewster - NWS Binghamton, NY View abstract
Inundation Maps on National Weather Service Websites. Laurie G. Hogan, Eastern Region, NWS. View abstract
Blended Satellite Products: Total Precipitable Water and Satellite Rainfall Estimation. Sheldon Kusselson, Limin Zhao, John Paquette1, Stan Kidder, John Forsythe, Andy Jones2, Ralph Ferraro, Bob Kuligowski3, Dustin Sheffler1,
1NOAA/NESDIS/OSDPD/Satellite Services Division (SSD) Camp Springs, Maryland.
2Cooperative Institute for Research of the Atmosphere (CIRA)/Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado.
3NOAA/NESDIS/Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR).
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National Weather Service Products on the Internet Erik M. Heden, Meteorologist, National Weather Service, Binghamton, NY and Patricia Wnek, Service Coordination Hydrologist, Mid-Atlantic River Forecast Center, State College, PA View abstract


Posters
TitleAuthor(s)Abstracts
Using Long Term Climate Records to Predict Future Trends. Stephen DiRienzo - NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Albany, New York. View abstract
National Weather Service Determination of Flood Stages for Small Fast Responding Streams in Complex Terrain. Caitlan Reilly - WFO Binghamton Hydrology SCEP and Michael Schaffner - WFO Binghamton Senior Service Hydrologist. View abstract
Lessons from a Potential Dam Failure Functional Exercise. National Weather Service Buffalo, NY. View abstract
Flash Flood Threat Mitigation Efforts in Bangor, Maine. Mark Turner - National Weather Service, Caribou, ME. View abstract
An interactive online tool to forecast spatially distributed saturation and runoff dynamics in the Finger Lakes Region. Helen E. Dahlke, Zachary M. Easton, Daniel R. Fuka, and Tammo S. Steenhuis - Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. View abstract
Integrating "Poor-Man's" Ensemble Weather Risk Forecasts Into Spatial Hydrologic Modeling Systems for Small Stream Flooding and Hazard Assessment. Fuka, D. R., Easton, Z.M., Walter, M.T., and Steenhuis, T.S. - Dept. Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca NY. View abstract
Improving Flash Flood Performance through Post Analysis and the development of Best Practices. Peter Jung - National Weather Service State College, PA. View abstract
Application of High Resolution Satellite Imagery to Assess Storm Tide-Related Flooding. Naira Chaouch1, Research Assistant Marouane Temimi1, Research Assistant Professor Scott C. Hagen2, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering Stephen Medeiros2, Graduate Research Assistant in Civil Engineering Jesse Feyen3, Physical Scientist in Marine Modeling & Analysis Yuji Funakoshi3, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Visiting Scientist Reza Khanbilvardi1, NOAA Chair Professor of Civil Engineering John Weishampel2, Professor of Biology Frank Aikman III3, Supervisory Oceanographer in Marine Modeling & Analysis Pedro Restrepo, Senior Scientist for Special Projects in NOAA / NWS / OHD, Dave Reed, Supervisory Hydrologist in NOAA / NWS / Lower Mississippi RFC,
1NOAA-CREST / The City University of New York
2University of Central Florida
3NOAA / NOS / OCS / CSDL /
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River Ice Monitoring over the Susquehanna River Basin Using Remote Sensing Data. Naira Chaouch1, Research Assistant Marouane Temimi1, Research Assistant Professor, Reza Khanbilvardi1, NOAA Chair Professor of Civil Engineering, Reggina Cabrera2, Hydrologic Services Division Chief, NWS, George McKillop2, Deputy Chief, Hydrologic Services Division,
1 NOAA-CREST / The City University of New York
2 Hydrologic Services Division, Eastern region, NWS
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Eastern Region Flash Flood Conference - Hydrologic Response Determination: A Multiple Analysis Approach. DHI Water & Environment, Inc. 319 SW Washington Street, Suite 614, Portland, OR. View abstract
Application of Remote Sensing based Soil Moisture data for Flash Flood Forecasting Using HL-RDHM Model. Dugwon Seo, Tarendra Lakhankar, and Reza Khanbivardi - NOAA CREST, The City College of the City University of New York. View abstract
The Charlotte/Mecklenburg Hydrologic Network. Christopher S. Horne - NOAA/National Weather Service Greer, SC. View abstract
Overview of the September 2009 Southeast U.S. Flood Event. Anthony Fracasso and David Novak - NOAA/NWS/Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, Camp Springs, MD. View abstract
July 11, 2007 Flash Flooding in Central Vermont – Poster Session. Jessica A. Neiles - NOAA NWS Burlington, VT. View abstract
Analysis of the October 6-7, 2006 Heavy Rain Event Across Central and Southeast Virginia. Timothy M. Gingrich and Keith L. Lynch - NOAA/NWS Wakefield VA. View abstract
The National Weather Service’s Migration from County-based to Storm-based Flash Flood Warning Verification. Brenton MacAloney II - Meteorologist, Performance Branch, NWS Headquarters, Silver Spring, MD. Ernie Wells - Hydrologist, Hydrologic Services Branch NWS Headquarters, Silver Spring, MD. View abstract
The Use of Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center Gridded Flash Flood Guidance. Patricia A. Wnek - Service Coordination Hydrologist, NOAA National Weather Service, Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center, State College, PA. View abstract
A Flash Flood Climatology (1975-2009) for the WFO Burlington, Vermont, County Warning Area, Eastern Region Flash Flood Conference Poster Session. Maureen Breitbach - WFO Burlington, VT. View abstract
The Starrucca in Spate: Erosion, Deposition, and Mass Wasting Associated with the Ivan and Thanksgiving 2004 and Spring 2005 Floods tn Northeastern Pennsylvania. Jon D. Inners - Pennsylvania Geological Survey (Retired), Camp Hill, PA View abstract
Spatial Datasets at NSSL to Support NWS Flash-Flood Operations. Ami Arthur1,2 and Kenneth Howard2
1Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
2National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, OK
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Assessing Persistent Flood Threat in GFE. Thomas Mazza, Eastern Region Flash Flood Conference Wilkes-Barre, New York. View abstract
Documentation and Analysis of Flash Flood Prone Streams and Subwatershed Basins in Pulaski County, Virginia. Anthony D. Phillips, Virginia Tech. Department of Geography, Blacksburg, VA. View abstract
A Flash Flood Potential Index for the NWS Mount Holly Hydrologic Service Area. Raymond Kruzdlo Senior Service Hydrologist - NOAA National Weather Service Mount Holly, New Jersey. Joseph Ceru - Meteorologist Intern, NOAA National Weather Service, Pueblo, Colorado. View abstract
A Watershed Scale Groundwater-Land-Surface Model. Yuning Shi1, Kenneth Davis, and Christopher Duffy - Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. View abstract
Predicting Flash Flooding Over The Washington/Baltimore National Weather Service Forecast Office’s Area Of Responsibility. Stephen Konarik - National Weather Service, Weather Forecast Office, Sterling, VA. Nicholas D. Werner - Pennsylvania State University, Jared R. Klein - National Weather Service, Weather Forecast Office, Sterling, VA. View abstract
An Abbreviated Flash Flood Climatology (1994-2007) For The Wfo Blacksburg, Virginia County Warning Area. Robert Stonefield and Jan Jackson - National Weather Service Office Blacksburg, VA. View abstract
Flash Flood Events associated with Northeastern Cutoff Cyclones. Derek V. Mallia - Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences University at Albany/SUNY, Albany, NY. View abstract
Selected Technical Facets of the KINEROS2 Watershed Model. David C. Goodrich - Research Hydraulic Engineer; USDA-Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Tucson, AZ; Carl L. Unkrich - USDA-ARS, Tucson, AZ; Roger E. Smith - Retired, USDA-ARS, Ft Collins, CO; David A. Woolhiser - Retired, USDA-ARS, Ft. Collins, CO; D. Philip Guertin - University of Arizona (UA); Michael Schaffner - NWS, Binghamton, NY; Soni Yatheendradas - NASA Goddard, Greenbelt, MD; Hoshin Gupta - UA, Tucson, AZ; Thorsten Wagener - Penn State Univ., University Park, PA; Peter Troch - UA, Tucson, AZ View abstract
Flood Climatology for Southern South Carolina and Southeast Georgia. Jonathan Lamb - Hydrology Focal Point National Weather Service, North Charleston, SC. View abstract
Flash Flooding in the 5 Point Area of Columbia South Carolina: Giving Forecasters Better Tools to Forecast Flash Flooding. Michael W. Cammarata and Greg L. Lamberty - NOAA/NWS Columbia South Carolina. View abstract
Relabeling Extreme Rainfall Events so the Public Understands Their Severity. Thomas M. Grisa - P.E., F.ASCE View abstract
Raise Flood Safety Awareness by Installing Permanent "High Water Mark" (HWM) Commemorative and "Turn Around, Don't Drown" (TADD) Signs. Michael Moneypenny. NWSFO Raleigh, NC. View abstract
Lessons from a Potential Dam Failure Functional Exercise. Kirk Apffel. NWS Buffalo, NY. View abstract
Advance Flood Warning Systems For Low Water Crossings Saves Lives & Property. Tom Ogden, Sales Manager - High Sierra Electronics, Inc. Grass Valley, CA View abstract

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