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Some import climate change issue12-08-2013 17:00
mrkhalidiwfm
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question 01:-
How can I Assess the impact of climate change for any areas and assist in designing climate resilient infrastructure?

question 02:-
How can I Determine the expected discharge for average and wet years and the consequences for flood control identifying command areas?

Please answer me if any expert here.
31-10-2015 21:35
Into the Night
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mrkhalidiwfm wrote:
question 01:-
How can I Assess the impact of climate change for any areas and assist in designing climate resilient infrastructure?

question 02:-
How can I Determine the expected discharge for average and wet years and the consequences for flood control identifying command areas?

Please answer me if any expert here.


This is historical precipitation data from the Prairi du Chien NOAA weather station in your area.
http://cdiac.ornl.gov/cgi-bin/broker?id=476827&_PROGRAM=prog.gplot_boxtclim_mon_yr2014.sas&_SERVICE=default&param=PRECIPRAW&minyear=1836&maxyear=2014

This is the historical temperature data from the same station.
http://cdiac.ornl.gov/cgi-bin/broker?id=476827&_PROGRAM=prog.gplot_meanclim_mon_yr2014.sas&_SERVICE=default&param=TMEANRAW&minyear=1836&maxyear=2014

This station has been operating since 1885. As you can see by both charts, there has been no significant change in either temperature or precipitation in your area since then.

To answer the second half of both questions, especially for choosing forward command posts to handle flood control, may I suggest a careful review of topographic maps in the area of concern. Some of that information is also available through geological mapping sources at your local survey offices. In particular note the stability of slopes in the area near access roads.

Hope this helps.
01-11-2015 08:06
Ceist
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mrkhalidiwfm wrote:
question 01:-
How can I Assess the impact of climate change for any areas and assist in designing climate resilient infrastructure?

question 02:-
How can I Determine the expected discharge for average and wet years and the consequences for flood control identifying command areas?

Please answer me if any expert here.


I noticed your questions are copied and pasted from:

http://www.lged.gov.bd/UploadedDocument/Tender/ProcurementHQTenders/4/277/259/CCRIP_EOI_Individual_Consultant.htm

If you are wanting help to submit a tender as an "expert Consultant", this isn't the place you'll find it. Do the Bangladeshi government and people a favour and leave the tender to people who should already know how to answer these questions without resorting to finding answers on a debate forum where a lot of misinformation is posted.




Edited on 01-11-2015 08:16
07-11-2015 17:43
Tim the plumber
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mrkhalidiwfm wrote:
question 01:-
How can I Assess the impact of climate change for any areas and assist in designing climate resilient infrastructure?

question 02:-
How can I Determine the expected discharge for average and wet years and the consequences for flood control identifying command areas?

Please answer me if any expert here.


I would like to know more information.

1, Who are you? In terms of is this a project for college or are you actually in charge of such decisions?

2, Unlike the previous post i think forums such as this would be a decent way of getting a general handle on the problem. If you are a politician wanting to have a general feel for the subject and not be ripped off by consultants talking drivel at you.

3, Once you have a little more confidence you may well want to find a civil engineering forum. They are the people who build this sort of thing and will have the practicle advice you will need.

4, Good luck.




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