Riley, M. A.; Sadek, F.
Experimental Testing of Roof to Wall Connections in Wood Frame Houses.
April 2003, 82 p.
Identifying Number(s): NISTIR-6938
Keywords: ; Damage; Hazards; Dynamic tests; Earthquakes; Wooden structures; Roofs; Joints; Residential buildings; Walls; Natural disasters; Wind; Houses; Construction materials; Hurricanes; Structural analysis; Climate; Seismic loads; Environmental testing
Supplemental Environmental Assessment, Lick Observatory, University of California at Santa Cruz (PDMC-PJ-09-CA-2005-065).
February 2007, 12 p.
Keywords: ; Environmental impacts; Rain; Alternatives; Federal assistance programs; Crisis management; Earthquakes; Natural disasters; Wind; Resources; California; Fires; Floods
Flood Information Tool User Manual. Revision 7.
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, DC., April 1, 2003, 104 p.
Keywords: Floods; Natural hazards loss estimation methodology; Models; Flood Information Tool (FIT); Earthquakes; Estimating; Analytical processes; Validation; Input data; Natural disasters; Coastal analysis; Project setup; Wind; Potential losses; Geographic information system (GIS) software; HAZUSMH; Conversion methods; Riverine analysis; Menu options
Natural Hazards Observer. Volume 6, Number 6, July 1982.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 1982, 14 p.
Keywords: Flood plains; Hazards; Disaster preparedness; Earthquakes; Coastal zone management; Emergency planning; Research; Wind; Safety; Hurricanes; Volcanoes; Newsletters; Disasters
Supplemental Environmental Assessment to the Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) for Typcial Recurring Actions Resulting from Flood, Earthquake, Fire, Rain, and Wind Disasters in California as Proposed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Mojave Water Agency, Groundwater Monitoring Wells Replacement Project, FEMA-DR-1577-CA.
October 2006, 11 p.
Keywords: ; Environmental impacts; Rain; Federal assistance programs; Ground water; Crisis management; Earthquakes; Recovery; Monitoring; Restoration; Natural disasters; Water wells; Wind; California; Emergencies; Fires; Mitigation; Floods
Friedman, D. G.
Computer Simulation in Natural Hazard Assessment.
National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., January 1975, 213 p.
Keywords: Hazards; Vulnerability; Warning systems; Hurricanes; Casualties; Storms; Earthquakes; Forecasting; Computerized simulation; Land use; Weather forecasting; Geophysics; Disasters; Disaster relief; Damage; Research management; Droughts; Wind; Flooding; Natural resources; Tornadoes; Hail