Flooding can happen whenever flowing water surpasses its bank full stage and eventually inundate the surrounding adjacent areas. These may perhaps take place during the course of intense rainfalls and when a significant amount of snow melts. In conjunction with inundation, the increase of flow velocity may possibly erode and cause damage to fragile riverbanks resulting in more devastating damages. For this reason, it is best to consider proper protection measures along the vulnerable banks before the arrival of extreme flows. Read More
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