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Mississippi River Flood History

About the Quotitidan Anthropocene Project

The Quotidian Anthropocene project explores how the Anthropocene is playing out on the ground in different settings. The aim is to create both situated, place-based and comparative perspective, building new modes of collective knowledge and action. Extending from Eli Elinoff and Tyson Vaughn’s...Read more

About the Author

Scott G. Knowles

Knowles is a historian of modern cities, technology and public policy–with a particular focus on risk and disaster. His most recent book is The Disaster Experts: Mastering Risk in Modern America (Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2011). He is the editor of Imagining Philadelphia: Edmund Bacon and the Future of the City (UPenn Press, 2009); and has published articles, essays and book reviews in The Next American City, Isis, History and Technology, Public Works Management and Policy, Technology and Culture, Business History Review, Enterprise and Society, The Smart Set andAnnals of Science. His opinion pieces have run in The New York Times, The Hill and The Philadelphia Inquirer, and he has been a media commentator for such outlets as TIME.com, Al Jazeera, NPR, FOX News, Inside Edition and CNBC.com.

RIVERINE FLOODS

  • National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium, Dubuque, Iowa
  • 1927 Flood Museum, Greenville, Mississippi
  • Jesse Brent Lower Mississippi River Museum, Vicksburg, Mississippi
  • Mississippi River Museum, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Mississippi River Museum and Interpretive Center, Grand Tower, Illinois
  • Tunica Museum, Tunica, Mississippi
  • National Great Rivers Museum/ Melvin Price Lock and Dam, East Alton, Illinois
Success Stories from the Missouri Buyout Program (2002)

This is a 2002 report by the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency.Read more

HURRICANES