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ppt on flood by mohd shahrukh,A flood is an overflow of water, a deluge of water that submerges land which is normally dry. …

ppt on flood by mohd shahrukh,A flood is an overflow of water, a deluge of water that submerges land which is normally dry.
A flood occurs when water overflows or inundates land that's normally dry. This can happen in a multitude of ways

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  • 1. BY MOHD SHAHRUKH,NAKSHATRA SHARMA and LUCKY CHIPPA VIT CAMPUS, JAIPUR Faculty AJAY KUMAR JHA
  • 2. INTRODUCTION : A flood is an overflow of water, a deluge of water that submerges land which is normally dry. A flood occurs when water overflows or inundates land that's normally dry. This can happen in a multitude of ways. Most common is when rivers or streams overflow their banks. Floods often cause damage to homes and businesses if they are in the natural flood plains of rivers. Floods can also occur in rivers when the flow rate exceeds the capacity of the river channel, particularly at bends or meanders in the waterway.
  • 3. METHEDOLOGY:
  • 4.      Heavy rain Spring snowmelt Dam and levee failure Low absorption or no soil percolation Business and residential growth in flood areas
  • 5. •Any time a body of water rises to cover what is usually dry land •One of most common hazards  75% of Federally declared disasters •May be local or widespread •May develop slowly or fast
  • 6. •Rainfall intensity •Rainfall duration •Topography •Soil conditions •Ground cover
  • 7. Flood Hazards
  • 8. Flood Preparedness •Know flood risk in area •Prepare flood evacuation plan •Obtain flood insurance if living in floodplain •Keep important documents in water-proof box •Check portable radio for current information and emergency messages
  • 9. •Do not walk, swim, or drive through flood waters •Stay off bridges over fast-moving water •Keep away from waterways •Pay attention to barricades •Avoid storm drains and irrigation ditches •Keep family together
  • 10. •Stay out of flooded areas •Reserve telephone for emergencies •Avoid driving, except in emergencies •Wait for authorities to issue message that it is safe to return •Be aware that snakes and other animals may be in your house