"The more than five hundred miles of Kentucky's northern border is defined by the Ohio river, but the Ohio and its tributaries are prone to flooding and the results can be disastrous innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future after a significant flood in two thousand eighteen a NASA developed team, utilized earth, observing data to help communities in the Ohio valley understand the risks and impacts of flooding. The team compared environmental satellite imagery, to road networks infrastructure and population distribution to create flood risk maps for communities along the river trends about major roadways that are impassable, and the number of hospitals within flood prone areas that are inaccessible were provided to collaborators like the Kentucky division of water and FEMA partners. In the study will use this. The information to provide more targeted flood warning messages city and county managers will be able to calculate flood depth and develop new evacuation routes win the Ohio river floods again, Nastase earth observations will help, Kentucky be better prepared for high water for innovation now. I'm Jennifer police. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w. HR V."