Tag Archive: poudre river

Oct 25 2013

2013 Colorado Flood Video Tour

We are still busy assisting multiple entities in Northern Colorado respond and recover from the historic flooding in September.  Long term plans are still forming, but it appears we may be working on some flood recovery for the next 2-3 years.  There are a lot of videos showing the flooding and post flood destruction online.  …

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Mar 11 2013

A Few Good Reads (3/11/13): Proposed Dam in Alaska, Realities of Managing the Delta

This week: The economic and environmental challenges of a proposed dam in Alaska, some realities of managing the San Joaquin/Sacramento Delta, restoring the Muddy River in Boston, and pondering lost urban rivers. Proposed Dam Presents Economic and Environmental Challenges in Alaska (NY Times) But in Alaska, where natural energy resources and wildlife are both foundations …

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Aug 13 2012

A Few Good Reads (8/13/12): Cleaning up Manila

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This week: Recovery and cleaning up after the Manila floods, the continuing effects of the drought, and the first step in value pricing – listening. Residents clean up muck-ridden Manila after floods (WTOP) Philippine disaster officials were shifting Friday from rescue work to a massive clean-up of the capital following nonstop rains that left tons …

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Jun 18 2012

A Few Good Reads (6/18/12): Removal of a Penobscot River Dam, and the Effects of the High Park Fire in Northern Colorado

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This week: Removal of Penobscot River dam begins, flooding in Florida, water operations affected by the High Park Fire in Northern Colorado, value pricing and the client matrix, and ArcGIS Online continues to improve. Dam on Maine’s Penobscot River begins coming down as part of restoration project (The Republic) Demolition of a 200-year-old dam on …

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