flood projection

flood projection

[′fləd prə‚jek·shən]
(communications)
In facsimile transmission, optical method in which the subject facsimile copy is illuminated and the scanning spot is delineated by an aperture between the subject copy and the light-sensitive device.
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According to the NCC master plan, altering the rivers' flow based on a 500-year flood projection maximizes the socioeconomic value while minimizing harm to the ecosystem.
Tenders are invited for Construction of Flood Projection Embankment on Sonegarh left from Jarasinga to Salepali RD 00 m to 1000m.
Of course, while there is reason for cautious optimism, Manitobans know first-hand that significant winter storms can blow in on a moments notice at this time of year and rapidly alter our spring flood projections.
Instead, the hurricane center continued to issue advisories in the regular format and through its regular distribution system, stressing the storm surge danger and referring people to their local Weather Service office for specific flood projections.
In a small respite for residents, the National Weather Service said it does not expect significant rain over the next several days that would exacerbate the flood projections.
The information is used to determine the extent and depth of flood waters, help test and calibrate computer models flood projections, make damage estimates, and improve future estimates of coastal flood risk.