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Rivers are a source of irrigation, drinking water, recreation ... and flooding. Scientists say the threat of flooding will increase as the climate changes. Here in the United States, scientists are preparing for that future with a variety of technology, including drones, supercomputers and sonar, to manage flood control projects and to try to predict and prevent floods. Faiza Elmasry has the story narrated by Faith Lapidus.
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Technology Informs Emergency Officials of Floods Beforehand

Rivers are a source of irrigation, drinking water, recreation ... and flooding. Scientists say the threat of flooding will increase as the climate changes. Here in the United States, scientists are preparing for that future with a variety of technology, including drones, supercomputers and sonar, to manage flood control projects and to try to predict and prevent floods. Faiza Elmasry has the story narrated by Faith Lapidus.

 

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