The Influence of Tropical Cyclones on the Evolution of River Conveyance Capacity in Puerto Rico

Abstract Tropical cyclones (TCs) in Puerto Rico and other tropical environments cause some of the world’s most intense rainfall rates and pose major challenges to current and future flood resilience. One potential consequence of TC‐induced floods is the reconfiguration of river channels due to sediment scour or deposition. This reconfiguration has the potential to alter […]