As it was made in Pajares de Pedraza a month ago, last Friday 10th March 2017, members of the MARCONI project team have spent other day of fieldwork aimed to measure first floor elevation (i.e., the elevation at which floodwater enters the building) in Navaluenga village (Central Spain). This parameter is essential for estimating flood damage based on depth-damage curves. Additionally, they downloaded the hydrometeorological data from two pluviographs and one limnimiter (flow gauge) and change the batteries of this instrumental belonging the Venero Claro network.