Modeling tool simulates epic rainfall for municipalities to better plan for disaster
from Wisconsin Public Radio
Researchers at UW-Madison built a computer simulation tool that allows communities to map their vulnerabilities to extreme rainfall without having to go through such a stress. They’ve developed this technology in recent years. It's known as “extreme storm transposition.” They’re able to look at a storm that already happened in one place in Wisconsin, and show what the damage would look like if it had hit another place.
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