Floodplain Management Track  | Cape Canaveral/Volusia Rooms

Advanced Floodplain Management Concepts: G-194.2 NFIP Rules and Regulations In-Depth | Jim Hunt, P.E.

The scope of this module includes floodway and encroachment requirements, new residential building requirements, development in approximate A-zone areas, accessory and agricultural buildings, anchoring fuel storage tanks, regulating recreational vehicles, environmental/historic preservation regulations, and typical compliance problems.

FEMA/FDEM Track  | Sarasota/Hillsborough/Pinellas Rooms

Post-Disaster Floodplain Management – FEMA/FDEM led workshops | Jason Hunter, CFM, FEMA • Steve Martin, CFM, CPM, FDEM • Collis Brown, CFM, FEMA

Session III Role out of Post Disaster Toolkit  (90 minutes)

OVERVIEW OF TOOLKIT – What it covers, and how it can be used.

  • Action 1 Post Disaster Communication with Elected Officials and Citizens  (and Highlights of New Building Code)
  • Action 2 Assess Post-Disaster Needs and Request Assistance – Statewide Mutual Aid Assistance & EMAC – Steve and Collis
  • Action 3 Documenting High Water Marks Jay Anderson and Mike DeRuntz
    • USGS Inundation Gages
    • Silver Jackets High Water Marks Program
    • Download High Water Marks App and go outside to capture and upload a sample HWM

GIS Track  | Palm Beach/Broward Rooms

Using ArcGIS to Prepare, Plan, and Respond to Flooding. | Corey Gens, ESRI

In this session we will demonstrate how ArcGIS can help you take your flood models and use them to prepare for, plan, and respond to flooding event. This session will focus on a high level overview of ArcGIS, and the creation of maps and apps that can help your organization discover who and what will be affected by flooding. It will also cover applications that can assist in collection of information from the field during and after flooding events.

ICPR Track  | Dade/Florida Keys Rooms

Using ICPR4 to Quantify Flood Risk for Land-Locked Systems | Pete Singhofen, P.E., Streamline Technologies, Inc.

This workshop delves into the challenging problems of quantifying flood risks of land-locked stormwater management systems, where percolation, leakage and evapotranspiration are the only outfalls. Topics such as groundwater – surface water interaction, confining layers, leakage through confining layers, saturated horizontal groundwater flow, unsaturated vertical groundwater flow, physically-based infiltration methods, vertically stratified soil columns, importance of directly connected impervious areas, and drain wells are discussed. Numerous real world examples are presented with detailed descriptions of model setup and interpretation of results.