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Title
State and Local Migitation Planning How-to Guide. Developing the Mitigation Plan: Identifying Mitigation Actions and Implementation Strategies.
File
PB2004100841.pdf
Source
April 2003, 130 p.
Identifying Number(s)
FEMA-386.3
Abstract
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has developed this series of mitigation planning 'how-to' guides to assist states, tribes, and communities in enhancing their hazard mitigation planning capabilities. These guides are designed to provide the type of information states, tribes, and communities need to initiate and maintain a planning process that will result in safer and more disaster resistant communities. These guides are applicable to states, tribes, and communities of various sizes and varying ranges of financial and technical resources. This how-to series is not intended to be the last word on any of the subject matter covered; rather, it is meant to provide easy to understand guidance for the field practitioner. In practice, these guides may be supplemented with more extensive technical data and the use of experts when necessary.
Keywords
Hazard profiles; Loss estimation; Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA); Mitigation actions; Floods; Tsunami; Tornado; Wildfire; Implementation strategies; Earthquakes; State government; Local government; Landslides; Losses; Identify hazards; Profile hazard events; Risks; Mitigation planning; Coastal storms; Natural hazards; Asset inventories