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Catch the King 2018- Post Event Discussion, Data Review and Awards

The second annual tide measuring took place on October 26th-27th where 431 volunteers collected data to help scientists, planners and community leaders get a better understanding of risks from rising tides. This year's follow-up event took place last Thursday (Nov. 15th 2018) at Old Dominion University. The event included an interactive discussion on flooding, review of flood data collected and also a presentation of awards to some special Catch the King volunteers. View some of the data review presentations below and be sure to follow the "Help Catch the King Tide!" Facebook group page to stay updated on whats to come.


"Catch the King" Tide Thank-you and Review- Derek Loftis
"Catch the King" Tide Thank-you and Review See slideshow
A Brief History of Catch the King- Dave Mayfield
A Brief History of Catch the King See slideshow
Mapping the Heartbeat of Hampton Roads- Derek Loftis
Mapping the Heartbeat of Hampton Roads See slideshow
Flood Mapping
Flood Mapping See slideshow

'Catch the King' Wrap-Up Event Image Gallery:
Photos by Amy Matzke-Fawcett, Old Dominion University
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