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Flooding in the US Midwest.

June 2019 Midwest Flooding: The news these days is “Flooded” (pardon the bad pun) with news of severe weather and massive flooding in America’s Midwest region.  Millions of acres are flooded, and millions of people in danger of injury, property loss, and even death due to severe storms, extreme rains, and flooding events. https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/more-rain-in-next-week-could-push-river-levels-higher-expand-flooding-in-central-us/70008429 The …

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NWS Slidell WFO relocation: Flood analysis with Coastal Risk Consulting.

The NOAA National Weather Service (NWS) has hired Synthos, LLC to assist them in site location analysis for Weather Forecast Offices and other facilities. In the Spring of 2019, NWS directed Synthos to work with its partner Coastal Risk Consulting, LLC to develop a custom Risk Assessment report to determine potential flooding risk for a …

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Synthos Offers a New Service!!! Websites!

Synthos offers a New Service! In order to provide our customers with more options for sharing information, growing their businesses, and plugging into Social Media, Synthos, LLC is now offering a new service:  Website Design, Development, and Marketing Services.  Introducing:   WebsiteDesignerSeattle.com We offer the highest quality, state of the art Website design and hosting services.  …

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Flashback! Tom Simon’s work on the Pribilof Islands, Alaska.

This was an interesting project for me, working with colleagues at NOAA. Authors: John Lindsay, Tom Simon, and George Graettinger Application of GIS technology to support Remediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soils on the Pribilof Islands, Alaska Introduction A Geographic Information System (GIS) project is being compiled within NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R) to …

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