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Poster Session

First Place: Ray Kruzdlo NOAA/National Weather Service Mount Holly, NJ and Joseph Ceru NOAA/National Weather Service Pueblo, CO Flash Flood Potential Index for WFO Mount Holly/Philadelphia PDF
Second Place: Naira Chaouch (Research Assistant), et. al. River Ice Monitoring Over The Susquehanna River Basin Using Remote Sensing Data PDF
Third Place: Jonathan Lamb – NOAA/National Weather Service, Charleston, SC Flash Flood Climatology for Southeast Georgia and Southern South Carolina PDF


Kirk Apffel, National Weather Service, Buffalo, NY How Should the NWS Convey Dam Break Information? PDF
Ami Arthur CIMMS, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, et. al. Spatial Datasets at NSSL to Support NWS Flash-Flood Operations PDF
Maureen Breitbach NOAA/National Weather Service Burlington, VT Flash Flood Climatology (1975-2009) for the WFO Burlington, VT County Warning Area PDF
Helen E. Dahlke, et. al. An Interactive Online Tool To Forecast Spatially Distributed Saturation And Runoff Dynamics In The Finger Lakes Region PDF
Steve DiRienzo Senior Service Hydrologist NWS Forecast Office, Albany, NY Using Long Term Climate Records to Predict Future Trends PDF
Anthony R. Fracasso and David R. Novak NOAA/NWS/Hydrometeorological Prediction Center Camp Springs, MD Overview of the September 2009 Southeast U.S. Flood Event PDF
Timothy M. Gingrich and Keith L. Lynch NOAA/NWS Wakefield VA Analysis of the October 6-7, 2006 Heavy Rain Event Across Central and Southeast Virginia PDF
David C. Goodrich et al. Selected Technical Facets of the KINEROS2 Watershed Model PDF
Thomas M. Grisa, P.E. (Brookfield, WI) Redefining Extreme Rainfall Events to Avoid Public Confusion Moving from a Rarity Based Rating to a Severity Based Scale PDF
Christopher Horne NOAA/National Weather Service -Greer, SC The Charlotte/Mecklenburg Hydrologic Network PDF
Peter Jung and Richard Grumm National Weather Service Forecast Office State College, PA Improving Flash Flood Performance through Post Analysis and the Development of Best Practices PDF
Stephen Konarik and Jared Klein, Nicholas D. Werner, NOAA/National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington Pennsylvania State University Analysis of Flash Flooding Events in the Baltimore/Washington National Weather Service Forecast Region PDF
Gregory L. Lamberty, and Michael W. Cammarata NOAA, National Weather Service, Columbia, South Carolina Flash Flooding in Downtown Columbia, South Carolina PDF
Marouane Temimi et al. Application Of High Resolution Satellite Imagery To Assess Storm Tide-Related Flooding PDF
Thomas Mazza National Weather Service, WFO Charleston, WV Persistent Flood Threat PDF
Michael Moneypenny NOAA/National Weather Service Raleigh, North Carolina Raising Flood Safety Awareness with High Water Mark (HWM) Commemorative and “Turn Around, Don’t Drown” (TADD) Signs PDF
Jessica A. Neiles NOAA/National Weather Service -Burlington, VT July 11, 2007 Flash Flooding in Central Vermont PDF
Anthony Phillips Department of Geography Virginia Tech Documentation and Analysis of Flash Flood Prone Streams and Subwatershed Basins in Pulaski County, Virginia PDF
Caitlan Reilly, WFO Binghamton Hydrology SCEP, Michael Schaffner, WFO Binghamton Senior Service Hydrologist National Weather Service Determination of Flood Stages for Small Fast Responding Streams in Complex Terrain PDF
Dugwon Seo, Tarendra Lakhankar, and Reza Khanbilvardi NOAA-Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology Center, The City College of New York Application of SMAP Soil Moisture data for Flash Flood Forecasting Using HL-RDHM Model PDF
Robert Stonefield and Jan Jackson National Weather Service Forecast Office Blacksburg, Virginia An Abbreviated Flash Flood Climatology (1994-2007) For The WFO Blacksburg, Virginia County Warning Area PDF
Mark Turner, Service Hydrologist WFO Caribou, Maine Flash Flood Threat Mitigation Efforts in Bangor, Maine PDF
Yuning Shi, et al. A Watershed-Scale Groundwater-Land-Surface Model PDF


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