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August 2016 Flood Simulation

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Researchers developing 'smarter' methods for forecasting floods

Researchers at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette are using artificial intelligence to more accurately – and q

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HydroLearn TM (Summer 2020) Hackathon Videos Now Available

The HydroLearn TM project hosted a two-week virtual hackathon for hydrology and water resources instructors to parti

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AI Collaborative Project with CGI Selected as Finalist for the Igniting Innovation Award

Congratulations to the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Flood Prevention and Forecasting project tea

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Check out our recent research results that examine how large natural storage areas, such as the Cypress Island Swamp, interact and affect flooding along major rivers in south Louisiana.

Our researchers at the UL Lafayette Watershed Flood Center and College of Engineering developed a numerical model that simulates flooding along the Vermilion River and how it interacts with the Cypress Island Swamps. These simulations will provide us with valuable information on how we capitalize on the presence of natural storage areas within our #watersheds to mitigate the effects of extreme floods using sustainable and effective nature-based solutions.

View Simulation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npvDoVIh1nE&feature=youtu.be

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