S.C. Floods, Louisiana Drainage

This good to look at as S.C. has such big flooding.
Where will the water go?

South Carolina flooding: 18 dams breached, more trouble ahead

Myrtle Beach is flooding from all the river overflow and rain so maybe most of it will drain to the sea.
http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/news/local/article37707192.html

MORE LOUISIANA FLOOD INFO –

http://www.lsuagcenter.com/en/family_home/home/design_construction/Laws+Licenses+Permits/Getting+a+Permit/Your+Flood+Zone/flood_maps/

· Find flood risk* at your place
· See how risk* has changed
· See if risk* is about to change (new map)
· Estimate 100-year flood depth in your building

* Defined as flood zone and Base Flood Elevation (BFE) depicted on the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM)

http://maps.lsuagcenter.com/floodmaps/

The Louisiana Sinkhole Bugle

FROM this document (page 68-69) on the 5 year plan for Louisiana ports.

Louisiana_Drainage

CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL SIZE

Waterways

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7 thoughts on “S.C. Floods, Louisiana Drainage

  1. UPDATE BAYOU CORNE: STILL SINKING & CONNECT’N DOTS 4 YA TALK
    In this video you will see that water being pumped out of the ground.
    If anything that salt water coming out of the ground from one of their cavern.
    I say it’s hot salt water coming out of ground there releasing pressure from one of their cavern.
    Published on Sep 30, 2015

    • No more said about cavern 1 why ?
      CRITICAL UPDATE: BAYOU CORNE~ POTENTIAL FOR 2ND CAVERN COLLAPSE/SINKHOLE!
      Published on Mar 8, 2013

      • You see that salt water coming out the ground about the last of this video a good close-up of what they’re doing.
        20150727-Bayou Corne – OnWingsOfCare.org

      • No more said about water tests.
        And what happened to Erin Brockovich’s private water and soil tests???

  2. Walter, what are your thoughts about the flooding in Aiken SC where the Savannah River Nuckear Waste Site is? Do you think there is any reason to be concerned about the flooding and dams being breached affecting that nuclear site?

    • I was thinking the Savannah River Nuclear Waste Site was 100 feet or 150 feet above sea level.

      I live in Tennessee where i live it’s 985 feet above sea level.

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