In an article published in Earth’s Future, researchers from the Division of Flooding and Poverty demonstrate a new process for communities to build flood resilience: collaborative flood modeling.

As outlined in the article, collaborative flood modeling advances flood risk management by providing multiple points of entry for diverse groups of end-users to contemplate the spatial extent and consequences of flooding, thus enabling the web of decision-making related to flooding to be better informed with the best available science.

Read the full article at the American Geophysical Union.