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SCCIN Flood Resources Guide

By SCCIN

Posted on: June, 21 2017

The South Carolina Coastal Information Network (SCCIN) Flood Resources Guide is a newly created interactive PDF guide that allows people, particularly those in coastal SC, seeking information on how to prepare for, respond to, recover from, and adapt to flooding to easily access relevant materials. The guide is divided into four main sections: Browse by Purpose, Browse by Focus, Browse by Audience, and the Appendix, which contains the rubric used to evaluate the resources. Please distribute this widely among your networks.

S.C. Coastal Water Monitoring Network (SCCWMN)

By Coastal Environmental Quality Program Specialist

Posted on: June, 5 2017

In response to the historic flood of October 2015 the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium facilitated the documentation, coordination, and sharing of information collected in response to the “SC Flood”. Through collaboration with researchers at our partner institutions, the Consortium created the South Carolina Coastal Water Monitoring Network (SCCWMN). This web-based interactive application accessed on the Consortium website displays a historical record (from 1907 to present) of the location, types, and frequencies of water resource monitoring efforts in the coastal zone. Also shown are post-flood sampling efforts that included biological, chemical, toxicological, and microbiological indicators. The SCCWMN application provides access to spatial information on sampling locations and respective data sources. Information for each sampling site includes the 1) name of the sampling agency, 2) contact information, 3) links to data availability (if applicable), 4) brief site descriptions, and 5) parameters measured. Users can search, query, and download metadata from long-term and short-term monitoring sites sampled by state and federal agencies and academic institutions.

The Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grant Programs

By FEMA

Posted on: January, 27 2017

Federal Resource: FloodSmart Flood Risk and Flood Insurance

By FEMA

Posted on: January, 27 2017

Federal Resources: Heavy Rain Flood Risk

By FEMA

Posted on: January, 27 2017

PDF outlining risks associated with heavy rains

Out of State Resource: Elevation Provides the Best Protection

By Patricia Skinner

Posted on: September, 9 2016

The Flood Factors Song

By David Shelley

Posted on: July, 21 2016

David Shelley, Park Ranger at Congaree National Park, performs his original Flood Factors song on the dulcimer. The song is sung to the tune of “Funga Alafia,” a popular West African Drumming Song that is also adapted as “Little Liza Jane” in traditional American music.

Federal Resource: Answers to Tough Questions: Talking Points for Community Officials

By FEMA

Posted on: July, 1 2016

Federal Resource: After the Flood

By FEMA

Posted on: July, 1 2016

Federal Resource: FloodSmart Resources for Floodplain Managers

By FEMA

Posted on: July, 1 2016