Tag Archive: st. vrain

Mar 10 2014

A Few Good Reads (3/10/14): Colorado’s Snowpack Grows and the Response to the 2013 Floods Continues

This week: The snowpack in the South Platte River basin keeps going up, delayed repairs on a damaged bridge on the St. Vrain Creek due to the presence of some eagles, an intriguing video on how wolves impact rivers, an ecological perspective on the 2013 Colorado floods, Christchurch, New Zealand receives a month of rain …

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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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Oct 07 2013

A Few Good Reads (10/7/13): Flooding in Southeast Asia continues, Aftermath of the Inundation in Colorado

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This week: An update on the flooding in Southeast Asia, dealing with the St. Vrain’s new pathway in and around Longmont in Colorado, the safety hazards that remain from flood waters in Colorado, lessons that can be learned from the Colorado floods, Lake Powell rises 2 feet in September, and an amazing map of every …

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Sep 16 2013

A Few Good Reads (9/16/13): Colorado Flooding Update

National Guard said today they’ve conducted the most helicopter rescues since Hurricane Katrina. (@nicolevap, Saturday, Sept 4) It’s a scramble this morning as the floodwaters are coming down across the Colorado Front Range and the damage is still coming to light. A number of folks in our office spent the weekend in the field helping …

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