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Flood Modeling, Mapping Science Continue to Develop

Modelers and risk experts who spoke at the RMS Exceedance 2018 conference in Miami said current U.S. flood designations do little to distinguish depth of flooding, and maps draw stark, sometimes inaccurate, distinctions.

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