Flood warning system discussed

Flood warning system discussed

There are 1 comment on the NewsandSentinel.com story from Nov 23, 2011, titled Flood warning system discussed. In it, NewsandSentinel.com reports that:

The local price tag for a cutting-edge flood warning system for the Ohio and Muskingum rivers looks to be about $6,750 a year.

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Anderson Cooper

Guelph, Canada

#1 Nov 30, 2011
So now we are referring to a single flow monitoring guage as a cutting edge flood warning system? This is just a small (but vital) component of a flood warning system. It tells you the water level and flow as it is being measured, but what is missing is predictive capacity to actually provide some warning time ahead of the flood. There is much more to a 'cutting-edge' flood warning system than a flow monitoring gauge, and sorry to say, it costs alot more than $7000 per year. Just keeping'em honest

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