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Title: Autumn 2000 floods review regional report : Thames region
Author: Environment Agency Thames Region
Document Type: Monograph
September and October 2000 were unusually wet and proved the prelude to the flooding which commenced on the 28th October, by which time the catchment was saturated. The combined rainfall totals for September and October made the period the wettest for 40 years and the second wettest since records began in 1882. In the extreme west and south of the region, rainfall accumulations of close to 200mm were recorded in the period 26th October to 12lh November. The flooding in Thames region in October and November was extensive. A few locations were badly affected, but the impact was felt across the entire region. This report covers flood events in the Thames regions for the period 28th October 2000 to 20th November 2000.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 2001
Publication Place: Reading
Subject Keywords: Environment AgencyFlood forecastingPublic relationsDisaster preparednessFlood controlRiversFlooding
Geographic Keywords: EA South East
Extent: 83
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