Monthly Archives: August 2018

HRC Provides FFGS-Based Riverine Routing and Urban Flash Flood Prediction Training

Thirteen engineers from Turkey and one official from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) arrived at the Hydrologic Research Center (HRC) in San Diego on 6 August 2018 to participate in a three-week hands-on training workshop of the riverine routing and urban flash flood functionalities of the Flash Flood Guidance system. Turkey representatives were from the... Read More

HRC Completes INFORM Operational Implementation

In summer of 2018, following more than a decade of demonstration efforts in collaboration with Federal, State and Local Agencies in California, the Hydrologic Research Center (HRC) and the Georgia Water Resources Institute (GWRI) of Georgia Tech completed the operational implementation of the Integrated Forecast and Reservoir Management (INFORM) system at the California Department of... Read More

HRC Provides Flash Flood Guidance System Training for Southeastern Asia Oceania Countries, Myanmar and Israel

During the period 18 June through 13 July 2018, HRC hosted 16 meteorologists and hydrologists representing Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, Philippines, Timor Leste, Myanmar, and Israel.  The representatives were provided operational training on the Southeastern Asia Oceania Flash Flood Guidance (SAOFFG) System, the Myanmar Flash Flood Guidance  (MyanmarFFG) System and the Black... Read More