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Terrain
Terrain
AGC´s expertise encompasses terrain algorithms; design, development & deployment of systems for terrain reasoning & management; human, urban, and physical terrain data collection, production, management, analysis, & distribution; 2D & 3D terrain visualization research, systems and services; and global positioning and portable terrain systems & services.
Hydrology
Hydrology
AGC´s expertise encompasses hydrological algorithms and decision aids; systems for hydro reasoning and management; ground, surface, and man-made hydrological data capture, production, management, analysis, & distribution; hydrological model visualization; electronic navigation; and water management systems.
Imagery
Imagery
AGC´s expertise encompasses the collection, use, storage, and distribution of aerial and satellite imagery and sensor data from electro-optical, hyperspectral, LIDAR, and other geo-sensors from the open and unclassified to the highly secured environments; hosting the Buckeye collection platform; and research into multi-sensor environments and analysis.
Acquisition Support
Acquisition Support
AGC´s expertise encompasses the design, development, fielding, and home station support of terrain, hydrological, navigational, imagery, and command & control systems.
Enterprise Development
Enterprise Development
AGC is instrumental in the Army´s Geospatial Enterprise, the Army Geospatial Governance Board, standards and requirements for systems using geospatial information, and geospatial data formats and tools.
Civil Works
Civil Works
AGC is engaged in the management of various civil works projects, dam safety management, inland waterways navigation, and civilian disaster relief efforts both in the Continental US and outside of it.

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NR 19-010: Wolf Creek Dam increasing releases to 45,000 cfs today

JAMESTOWN, Ky. (Feb. 23, 2019) – Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District announce that releases at Wolf Creek Dam are increasing to 45,000 cubic feet per second this afternoon, and releases are expected to increase to 60,000 cfs by noon Sunday, Feb. 24.
Published: 2/23/2019

NR 19-008: Wolf Creek Dam increasing releases to historic levels

JAMESTOWN, Ky. (Feb. 22, 2019) – With Lake Cumberland approaching its pool of record, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is planning to step up releases at Wolf Creek Dam to historic levels, with potential flooding in low-lying areas downstream.
Published: 2/22/2019

Agreement is an important step toward reducing flood risks for three southeast Louisiana parishes

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District; Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority of Louisiana; and Pontchartrain Levee District have signed the West Shore Lake Pontchartrain Project Partnership Agreement for construction of hurricane and storm damage risk reduction features in St. Charles, St. James and St. John the Baptist parishes.
Published: 2/22/2019