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2018 FMA Annual Conference
Date: September 4, 2018 – September 7, 2018
Location: Reno, Nevada, United States
The Floodplain Management Association serves as an unbiased forum for legislature, government, industry, and science to advance best practices, technologies, policies, regulations, and legal strategies. The annual conference addresses emerging issues such as floodplain modeling and mapping; land use strategies; floodplain restoration and natural resource management, flood hazard mitigation, preparedness, and emergency response; and similar topics. For more information, visit the Floodplain Management Association (FMA).
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Tuesday, September 4
Session: Flood Risk Assessment
Title: Levee Ready Columbia (LRC) Risk Informed Decision Making Process
Presenters: Scott Vose and Kevin Coulton
Thursday, September 6
Session: Flood After Fire – Thomas Fire
Title: Thomas Fire Risk Assessment And Vulnerability Mapping
Presenter: Steve Parker
Friday, September 7
Session: Reservoir Rules and Forecasting
Title: Seasonal Precipitation and Snowpack Forecasting Tool for California Reservoirs
Presenter: John Rath