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Drought conditions have continued to intensify. D1 through D3 have all increased in percent area compared to the previous week, while the same percent area of D4 persists. The only improvement observed was in the D0 category.

(The U.S. Drought Monitor is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Map...

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TagsCurrent Drought Conditions, Drought Index, Drought Maps, Drought Monitor, Drought Response, Drought Restrictions, Groundwater, Historical Data, reservoir levels, streamflow,

We are pleased to welcome our new Stormwater hires, Ed Dickson and Jim Keith, who will bolster our ability to support a variety of municipalities, water districts and complex projects.

Ed, who is based in our new Charlotte office, is a water resources and stormwater engineer and nationally recognized for his floodplain mapping work. His specialization is in watershed-based H&H analysis, mapping and reviews...

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TagsStormwater, dallas, north carolina, FEMA, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS,

Just as trees’ inner rings tell the story of their growth, their roots can reveal how quickly the earth is washing away around them. It’s critical information for addressing watershed problems.

 Freese and Nichols’ Bryan Dick, left, and Ian Jewell, right, not only adapted a method for reading...

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Tagsroot dendrogeomorphology, Dendrogeomorphology, Oklahoma, Erosion, streambank, pollution,

We’re proud to be presenting at the TFMA Fall Technical Summit. We look forward to connecting with you. 

Title: Hands-On HEC-RAS 2D (For Intermediate 1D Users)
Time: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28
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TagsTFMA, Stormwater, HEC-RAS, dam safety, Hurricane harvey,

Join us as we begin our series – New Mobility Technologies (NMT) – framing how cities and regions should approach the evolving landscape of transportation. We will start at the foundation by defining the context of mobility in American cities and outlining the range of NMT types and potential impacts. Keep up with our conversation as we lead to our NMT Top 10 – the first steps cities should take in preparing for new mobility technologies....

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Tagsautonomous vehicle, new mobility technologies, Transportation, Planning,

On Wednesday, Aug. 1, we’re partnering with the National Society of Professional Engineers to celebrate the engineers who keep the world running.

Freese and Nichols actively supports NSPE. Oklahoma Division Manager ...

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TagsNSPE, PE, PE Day,

A brown-bag session designed around New Orleans streets provided an ideal backdrop to showcase Freese and Nichols’ multidisciplinary approach to helping cities address urgent needs and pursue ambitious goals for enhancing livability.

With the City recently making a push on resiliency projects, water resources engineer Nina Reins, organized the late-June...

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Tagscomplete streets, new orleans, resiliency,

See our presentations below at the ERWI LID Conference and StormCon. We hope to see you there.

Title:  Rodney Cook, Sr. Park – How Atlanta is Using Partnerships, Low Impact Development, and Park Design Techniques to Rejuvenate a Community
Conference: EWRI LID Conference, Nashville, TN
Freese and Nichols Presenter: Kim Patak, P.E.
Co-Presenters:...

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TagsLID, EWRI, Austin, public private partnership, P3, wastershed protection department,

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