We’ve recently made a small update to the Living Manual for Flash Flood! Desktop, providing a brief description and background to the July 17th 2007 flash flood from intense rainfall event at Thinhope Burn. Included is a map of the area, hyetographs of the event, before and after Google Earth images, plus a description of landscape sensitivity theory. All this information will be very useful if you plan on using Flash Flood! in your classroom.
We’ve also made is simpler to download the software, please follow these steps –
- Register yourself by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org providing us your name, where you are (company/institution/school etc) and how you intend to use the software.
- You will be sent a link to a OneDrive folder
- Download the “setup.exe” file
- Double-click the downloaded file and follow the installation
- Don’t forget to give us your feedback – we greatly appreciate your thoughts
The Geographical Association Annual Meeting 2016, Manchester
Lynda Yorke and Chris Skinner on the stand for the British Society for Geomorphology
In other news, we were very pleased to support the British Society for Geomorphology with their stand at the annual meeting of the Geographical Association. We got to show the software to lots of teachers, demonstrating the importance of Geomorphology to flooding. Many expressed interest in using the software, and you can get hold of it following the steps above.