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Sandy Flooding in Hoboken and Jersey City, NJ
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Poster Title: Sandy Flooding in Hoboken and Jersey City, NJ
Submitted on 25 Apr 2016
Author(s): Larry Yin, Nickitas Georgas, Alan F. Blumberg, Philip M. Orton, Thomas O. Herrington, Yifan Wang
Affiliations: Stevens Institute of Technology
This poster was presented at 29th Annual NJDEP GIS Mapping Contest
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Abstract: The flooding map shows where was flooded and how deep the water was over ground at 21:24 EDT on Oct 29, 2012, when the Hudson River off Hoboken and downtown Jersey City reached its historic high because of the superstorm Hurricane Sandy.Summary: Flooding map of Hoboken and downtown Jersey City during Hurricane SandyReport abuse »
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