Anthony Alvarado

Author's details

Name: Anthony Alvarado
Date registered: January 12, 2011
URL: http://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonybalvarado
Yahoo! IM: http://twitter.com/#!/AB_Alvarado

Biography

I am a PE and have a BS in civil engineering from Colorado State University and have been with Ayres Associates since 2000, specializing in water related GIS applications, hydrographic survey, geomorphology & field investigations, levees & bank protection, sediment transport, and hydraulic modeling.

Latest posts

  1. Video Friday: The River Zin in Southern Israel — March 28, 2014
  2. A Few Good Reads (3/24/14): Death Toll in South Africa Flooding Climbs to 32, Yellow River in China Bombed to Break Ice — March 24, 2014
  3. Video Friday: Time Lapse Demolition of Diversion Structure on the Cache La Poudre River — March 21, 2014
  4. A Few Good Reads (3/17/14): Flooding with Ice Debris in Montana and Wyoming and Google ‘River View?” — March 17, 2014
  5. Video Friday: Incredible Footage of 2013 Flooding at Glen Haven, Colorado — March 14, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. 100th Post Give-Away — 7 comments
  2. Did you guys catch anything? Not exactly… — 5 comments
  3. Live Footage of Souris River Flooding in Minot, ND — 4 comments
  4. Bangkok Flooding: The Worst is Not Over — 4 comments
  5. Aerial Video of Bismarck-Mandan Missouri River Flooding — 4 comments

Author's posts listings

Mar 28 2014

Video Friday: The River Zin in Southern Israel

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Our video this week comes from Southern Israel about the River Zin as it moves through the Negev Desert: The River Zin cuts through the Negev Desert in southern Israel. But unlike most rivers, the Zin rarely has any water in it. The only time it flows is when enough rain falls in the mountains …

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Mar 24 2014

A Few Good Reads (3/24/14): Death Toll in South Africa Flooding Climbs to 32, Yellow River in China Bombed to Break Ice

This week: South African flood death toll climbs to 32, China bombs the Yellow River to break ice jam, a brief history of flooding in Colorado, the world’s most stressed rivers, and a quick way to stay more visible with your boss. Flood Death Toll in South Africa Climbs to 32 (FloodList) Heavy rains and …

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Mar 21 2014

Video Friday: Time Lapse Demolition of Diversion Structure on the Cache La Poudre River

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The City of Fort Collins (home city of this blog!) and the Colorado Water Trust are working together towards 25 projects on the Poudre River benefitting stream flow, water quality, parks, recreation, natural areas, wildlife, riparian and aquatic health, flood control, roadway and pedestrian safety. The demolition of the Josh Ames Diversion was one of …

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Mar 17 2014

A Few Good Reads (3/17/14): Flooding with Ice Debris in Montana and Wyoming and Google ‘River View?”

This week: Flooding and ice debris in Montana and Wyoming, flooding in Swaziland that kills 8 people, current snowpack for Colorado, Google “River View,” and the Folsom Dam massive spillway gates on the way to installation. The picture above was a bit dumbfounding to me – flooding in the winter with significant ice debris on …

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