A report to administrator, NOAA : flash flood disaster in south central Texas, May 11-12, 1972
Corporate Authors:United States, National Weather Service,
Flood Warning Systems
Flood Forecasting/Evaluation/Texas/Guadalupe River Valley
Flood Forecasting/Evaluation/Texas/San Marcos River
Flood Warning Systems/Evaluation/Texas
Description:Preface -- Executive summary -- Chapter 1. Flash floods, May 11-12, 1972 -- Chapter 2. Meteorological analysis, rainfall predictions and flash flood warnings -- Chapter 3. Data collection and communications -- Chapter 4. Public dissemination -- Chapter 5. User response and service benefits -- Appendices.
"As directed by NOAA Directives Manual Chapter 28 and NWS Manual Chapter I-02, a Southern Region disaster survey team was formed to investigate the flash flood disaster of May 11-12, 1972, over the upper Guadalupe and San Marcos River Basins in south-central Texas. The survey members were charged with reviewing the natural hazards warning system and the performance of all elements of NOAA who participated in providing data for the warning service. This document is a report by the team of their findings and recommendations on the deficiencies that were evident"--Preface.
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