Mapping Information Platform-FEMA

FEMA’s Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration (FIMA) owns and operates the Mapping Information Platform (MIP). MIP supports the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and provides an online method for property owners and certifiers to reference and petition to update the maps that define floodplains throughout the United States and its territories.

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    • março 2023
      Fonte: Mapping Information Platform-FEMA
      Carregamento por: Knoema
      Acesso em 05 abril, 2023
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      The National Risk Index is a dataset and online tool to help illustrate the U.S. communities most at risk for 18 natural hazards: Avalanche, Coastal Flooding, Cold Wave, Drought, Earthquake, Hail, Heat Wave, Hurricane, Ice Storm, Landslide, Lightning, Riverine Flooding, Strong Wind, Tornado, Tsunami, Volcanic Activity, Wildfire, and Winter Weather. The National Risk Index provides relative Risk Index scores and ratings based on data for Expected Annual Loss due to natural hazards, Social Vulnerability, and Community Resilience. Separate scores and ratings are also provided for Expected Annual Loss, Social Vulnerability, and Community Resilience. For the Risk Index and Expected Annual Loss, scores and ratings can be viewed as a composite score for all hazards or individually for each of the 18 hazard types.