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During 1993-95, significant floods that resulted in record-high river stages, loss of life, and significant property damage occurred in the United States. The floods were caused by unique global weather patterns that produced large amounts of rain over large areas. Standard methods for flood-frequency analyses may not adequately consider the probability of recurrence of these global weather patterns.
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Frequency analyses for recent regional floods in the United States
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Proceedings of the 1996 Conference on Natural Disaster Reduction