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Floodplain Management Resources

BW-12 Information

Ward's Flood Model

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FlashFlood Newsletter

Training

Association of State Floodplain Managers
Floodplain management, flood hazard mitigation, the National Flood Insurance Program, and flood preparedness, warning and recovery.

North Carolina Division of Emergency Management
Flood Mitigation

Hazard Mitigation in North Carolina
Mitigation Funding, the National Flood Insurance Program, Mitigation Planning

United States Army Corps of Engineers
Streambank Stabilzation

North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources
Water Quality, Wetlands Preservation & Restoration

North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources
Land Quality, Erosion & Sedimentation Control

United States Department of Environmental Protection
Clean Water Act, Wetlands

United States Geologic Survey
Rainfall Data, Streamflow Gages, Water Quality Monitoring

North Carolina State University / Water Quality Group
List of links to other water quality and nonpoint source related sites

USDA United States Forest Service
Reforestation

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
Fisheries, Wildlife Habitat

USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service
Erosion Control (formerly the Soil Conservation Service)

University of North Carolina / Water Resources Research Instituted
Research and information transfer on water-related issues

North Carolina Information Server
Your link to state government

North Carolina Clean Water Management Trust Fund
Water Quality

So you want to restore a stream?
Current practices

North Carolina Department of Transportation / Division of Highways
Drainage issues within the street right-of-way owned by the state; North Carolina does not have any county-level highway departments.

State Board of Registration for Engineers & Land Surveyors
Engineering & Surveying Licensing Board

Water Environment Federation
Environmental Awareness

American Society of Civil Engineers
Engineering & River Hydraulics

University of Iowa Center for Global & Regional Environmental Research
Research efforts that focus on the multiple aspects of global environmental change.