Applied Technology Council's Role in Wind and Coastal Flood Hazard Mitigation

Analysis of the Catastrophic Failure of the Support Structure of a Changeable Message Sign

Evaluation of Landslide Hazards with Ground-Penetrating Radar, Lake Michigan Coast

Community Participation in the FEMA FIS Process: A New Way to Go
(No paper) As an experienced FEMA Study Contractor (SC), there are numerous items of interest that the community could participate in to facilitate the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) process....

A Leadtime Driven Flood Warning Response Plan Design
(No paper) The paper examines the optimal combination of predictive and detective capabilities in the development of the Wickenburg Flood Response Plan and extrapolates those findings...

Lessons Learned in a Level-Two HAZUS Analysis for Buildings and Lifelines in the Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan Region

Modeling Post-Disaster Urban Lifeline Restoration

Super-Dense Real-Time Disaster Mitigation System

Multi-Hazard Analysis of Utility Lifeline Systems

Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment for Lifelines, Part 1: Overview and Approach

Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment for Lifelines, Part 2: Case Study for the Portland, Oregon, Water Supply System

Catastrophic Risk Financing and Multi-Hazard Study for BC Hydro

Extreme Event Loading and Cascading Failure Risk Assessment for Electric Power Lines

Predicting with Precision
In many urban areas flood prediction systems are inadequate. Most rely on networks of widely dispersed rain gauges that often fail to provide sufficient geographic coverage to characterize...

Learning from Disaster
After each earthquake, civil engineers learn more about what can be done to minimize the damage to infrastructure from seismic events. The recent large earthquakes that struck Izmit, Turkey,...

WEB Based GUI System for Data Retrieval and Analysis

Uncertainties Associated with the Preliminary Ecological Risk Assessment Process: Case Study

Natural Hazard Mitigation

Coastal Erosion: The State of the Problem and the Problem of the State

Local Governments on the Edge: Planning for their Ocean Interface

 

 

 

 

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