Who is using SHELDUS data?


FEMA. National Risk Index.
Zuzak, C., Mowrer, M., Goodenough, E., Burns, J., Ranalli, N., & Rozelle, J. (2022). The national risk index: establishing a nationwide baseline for natural hazard risk in the US. Natural Hazards, 1-25.

Emrich, C., Gall, M, S. Cutter, C. Friedland, K. Lewis, S. Stephens, and T. Wahl. 2022. HazardAware.org:  Democratizing Hazard, Risk, and Mitigation Information to Buy or Rent More Resilient Homes. 
This application allows users to explore the risk and resilience profile for any residential address along the U.S. Gulf Coast.

 New York City, NY. 2019. "Hazard Mitigation Plan Website."

HVRI. 2014. Explore the Economic and Human Impact of Natural Hazards in the United States


Reports and Books

  1. ASFPM. 2020. “Flood Mapping for the Nation: A Cost Analysis for Completing and Maintaining the Nation’s NFIP Flood Map Inventory.” Madison, WI. https://asfpm-library.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/FSC/MapNation/ASFPM_Map....
  2. Cleetus, Rachel, Ramon Bueno, and Kristina Dahl. 2015. "Surviving and Thriving in the Face of Rising Seas.” Union of Concerned Scientists. https://www.ucsusa.org/resources/surviving-and-thriving-face-rising-seas
  3. Cortés, Kristle Romero, 2014. "Rebuilding after Disaster Strikes: How Local Lenders Aid in the Recovery." Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. 
  4. Cortés, Kristle Romero and Philip E. Strahan. 2017. "Tracing Out Capital Flows: How Financially Integrated Banks Respond to Natural Disasters." Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
  5. Dobridge, Christine L. 2016. “For Better and for Worse? Effects of Access to High-Cost Consumer Credit,” Finance and Economics Discussion Series 2016-056. Washington, D.C.: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. http://dx.doi.org/10.17016/FEDS.2016.056. 
  6. Dlugosz, J., Gam, Y. K., Gopalan, R., & Skrastins, J. 2021. Decision-Making Delegation in Banks. SSRN Electronic Journalhttps://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3155683
  7. Fried, Stephie. 2021. "Seawalls and Stilts: A Quantitative Macro Study of Climate Adaptation." San Francisco, CA: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. https://doi.org/10.24148/wp2021-07
  8. Ge, Shan and Michael S. Weisbach. 2019. "The role of financial conditions in portfolio choices: The case of insurers." Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfineco.2021.05.019
  9. Goetz, Martin R. and Juan Carlos Gozzi. 2020. "Financial Integration and the Co- Movement of Economic Activity: Evidence from U.S. States." International Finance Discussion Papers 1305. Washington: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, https://doi.org/10.17016/IFDP.2020.1305.
  10. Kruttli, Mathias S., Brigitte Roth Tran, and Sumudu W. Watugala. 2019. "Pricing Poseidon: Extreme Weather Uncertainty and Firm Return Dynamics." Finance and Economics Discussion Series 2019-054. Washington, D.C.: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, https://doi.org/10.17016/FEDS.2019.054.
  11. NASEM. 2019. "Framing the Challenge of Urban Flooding in the United States. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. doi:10.17226/25381. March 29.
  12. Noth, Felix and Ulrich Schüwer. 2018. "Natural disasters and bank stability: Evidence from the U.S. financial system." Frankfurt a. M.: Goethe University Frankfurt, SAFE - Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe. http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2921000
  13. Tran, Brigitte Roth and Daniel J. Wilson. 2020. "The Local Economic Impact of Natural Disasters" (Working Paper 2020-34)San Francisco, CA: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.  https://doi.org/10.24148/wp2020-34

Plus countless state, local and tribal hazard mitigation plans (see below).

Academic Publications

  1. Ash, Kevin D., Susan L. Cutter, and Christopher T. Emrich. 2013. "Acceptable Losses? The Relative Impacts of Natural Hazards in the United States, 1980-2009." International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 5: 61-72.
  2. Association of State Floodplain Managers. 2020. Flood Mapping for the Nation: A Cost Analysis for Completing and Maintaining the Nation’s NFIP Flood Map Inventory. Madison, WI
  3. Barrot, Jean-Noel, and Julien Sauvagnat. 2016. "Input Specificity and the Propogation of Idiosyncratic Shocks in Production Networks." Quarterly Journal of Economics131 (3): 1543-1592.
  4. Battersby, Sarah E., Jerry T. Mitchell, and Susan L. Cutter. 2011. "Development of an Online Hazards Atlas to Improve Disaster Awareness." International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 20 (4): 297-308. doi:10.1080/10382046.2011.619807.
  5. Bernile, Gennaro, Vineet Bhagwat, and P. Raghavendra Rau. 2017. “What Doesn’t Kill You Will Only Make You More Risk-Loving: Early-Life Disasters and CEO Behavior.” Journal of Finance72 (1). Blackwell Publishing Ltd: 167–206. doi:10.1111/jofi.12432.
  6. Borden, Kevin A., and Susan L. Cutter. 2008. "Spatial Patterns of Natural Hazards Mortality in the United States." International Journal of Health Geographics 7 (1): 64. doi:10.1186/1476-072X-7-64.
  7. Borden, Kevin A., Mathew C. Schmidtlein, Christopher T. Emrich, Walter W. Piegorsch, and Susan L. Cutter. 2007. "Vulnerability of U.S. Cities to Environmental Hazards." Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 4 (2).
  8. Born, Patricia H., and Barbara Klimaszewski-Blettner. 2013. "Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Impact of Natural Disasters and Regulation on U.S. Property Insurers' Supply Decisions." Journal of Risk and Insurance 80 (1): 1-36. doi:10.1111/j.1539-6975.2012.01477.x.
  9. Boruff, Bryan J., Christopher T. Emrich, and Susan L. Cutter. 2005. "Erosion Hazard Vulnerability of US Coastal Counties." Journal of Coastal Research 215: 932-942. doi:10.2112/04-0172.1.
  10. Bourdeau-Brien, M. and L. Kryzanowski, L. 2020. "Natural Disasters and Risk Aversion." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 122(9): 818-835. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2020.07.007
  11. Bourveau, T., & Law, K. K. F. 2021. "Do Disruptive Life Events Affect How Analysts Assess Risk? Evidence from Deadly Hurricanes." The Accounting Review96(3), 121–140. https://doi.org/10.2308/TAR-2016-0392
  12. Brewton, Katherine E., Sharon M. Danes, Kathryn Stafford, and George W. Haynes. 2010. "Determinants of Rural and Urban Family Firm Resilience." Journal of Family Business Strategy 1 (3): 155-166.
  13. Brody, Samuel D., J. Gunn, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Wesley E. Highfield. 2011. "Examining the Influence of Development Patterns on Flood Damages along the Gulf of Mexico." Journal of Planning Education and Research 31 (4): 438-448. doi:10.1177/0739456X11419515.
  14. Brody, Samuel D., and Wesley E. Highfield. 2013. "Open Space Protection and Flood Mitigation: A National Study." Land Use Policy 32: 89-95.
  15. Brody, Samuel D., Walter Gillis Peacock, and Joshua Gunn. 2012. "Ecological Indicators of Flood Risk along the Gulf of Mexico." Ecological Indicators 18: 493-500.
  16. Brody, Samuel D., Sammy Zahran, Wesley E. Highfield, Sarah P. Bernhardt, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2009. "Policy Learning for Flood Mitigation: A Longitudinal Assessment of the Community Rating System in Florida." Risk Analysis 29 (6): 912-29. doi:10.1111/j.1539-6924.2009.01210.x.
  17. Brody, Samuel D., Sammy Zahran, Wesley E. HighfieldHimanshu Grover, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2008. "Identifying the Impact of the Built Environment on Flood Damage in Texas." Disasters 32 (1): 1-18. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7717.2007.01024.x.
  18. Brody, Samuel D., Sammy Zahran, Praveen MaghelalHimanshu Grover, and Wesley E. Highfield. 2007. "The Rising Costs of Floods: Examining the Impact of Planning and Development Decisions on Property Damage in Florida." Journal of the American Planning Association 73 (3): 330-345. doi:10.1080/01944360708977981.
  19. Burby, Raymond J. 2006. "Hurricane Katrina and the Paradoxes of Government Disaster Policy: Bringing About Wise Governmental Decisions for Hazardous Areas." The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 604 (1): 171-191. doi:10.1177/0002716205284676.
  20. CCSP. 2008. Weather and Climate Extreme in a Changing Climate. Regions of Focus: North America, Hawaii, Caribbean, and U.S. Pacific Islands. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Climate Change Science Program, Department of Commerce, National Climatic Data Center.
  21. Chen, Gang. 2019. “Assessing the Financial Impact of Natural Disasters on Local Governments.” Public Budgeting & Finance (November 12): pbaf.12245. doi:10.1111/pbaf.12245.
  22. Cheng, Shaoming, Emel Ganapati, and Sukumar Ganapati. 2015. "Measuring Disaster Recovery: Bouncing Back or Reaching the Counterfactual State?" Disasters. Wiley Online Library.
  23. Cil, Gulcan, and Trudy Ann Cameron. 2017. “Potential Climate Change Health Risks from Increases in Heat Waves: Abnormal Birth Outcomes and Adverse Maternal Health Conditions.” Risk Analysis 37 (11). Blackwell Publishing Inc.: 2066–79. doi:10.1111/risa.12767.
  24. Cooke, Roger M., Daan Nieboer, and Jolanta Misiewicz. 2014. Fat-Tailed Distributions: Data, Diagnostics and Dependence. John Wiley & Sons.
  25. Corotis, Ross B. 2012. "Robustness versus Resilience: Hurricanes and Other Natural Hazard Risks." In Advances in Hurricane Engineering, 900-911.
  26. Corotis, Ross B., and Evan M. Hammel. 2010. "Multi-Attribute Aspects for Risk Assessment of Natural Hazards." International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 14 (6): 437-458.
  27. Cutter, Susan L., and Christopher T. Emrich. 2005. "Are Natural Hazards and Disaster Losses in the U.S. Increasing?" Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 86 (41): 381. doi:10.1029/2005EO410001.
  28. Cutter, Susan L., Laurie A. Johnson, Christina Finch, and Melissa Berry. 2010. "The U.S. Hurricane Coasts: Increasingly Vulnerable?" Environment. doi:10.3200/ENVT.49.7.8-21. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3200/ENVT.49.7.8-21.
  29. Cutter, Susan L, Ronald L Schumann III, and Christopher T Emrich. 2014. "Exposure, Social Vulnerability and Recovery Disparities in New Jersey after Hurricane Sandy." Journal of Extreme Events 1 (01). World Scientific.
  30. Cutter, Susan L., Kevin D. Ash, and Christopher T. Emrich. 2014. "The Geographies of Community Disaster Resilience." Global Environmental Change 29: 65-77.
  31. Czajkowski, Jeffrey, and James Done. 2013. "As the Wind Blows? Understanding Hurricane Damages at the Local Level Througha Case Study Analysis." Weather, Climate, and Society: 131023144356002. doi:10.1175/WCAS-D-13-00024.1.
  32. Czajkowski, Jeffrey, Howard Kunreuther, and Erwann Michel-Kerjan. 2013. "Quantifying Riverine and Storm-Surge Flood Risk by Single-Family Residence: Application to Texas." Risk Analysis 33 (12): 2092-2110. doi:10.1111/risa.12068.
  33. Czajkowski, Jeffrey, and James Done. 2014. "As the Wind Blows? Understanding Hurricane Damages at the Local Level through a Case Study Analysis." Weather, Climate, and Society 6 (2): 202-217.
  34. Danes, Sharon M., Jinhee Lee, Sayali Amarapurkar, Kathryn Stafford, George Haynes, and Katherine E. Brewton. 2009. "Determinants of family business resilience after a natural disaster by gender of business owner." Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship 14 (04): 333-354. doi:10.1142/S1084946709001351.
  35. Daniels, R Steven. 2013. "The Rise of Politics and the Decline of Vulnerability as Criteria in Disaster Decisions of the United States, 1953-2009." Disasters 37 (4): 669-94. doi:10.1111/disa.12026.
  36. Davenport, F. V., Burke, M., & Diffenbaugh, N. S. 2021. "Contribution of historical precipitation change to US flood damages." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences118(4), 2017524118. https://doi.org/10.1073/PNAS.2017524118
  37. de Guenni, Lelys Bravo, Desireé Villalta, and Andrés Sajo-Castelli. 2020. "Extreme Events, Population, and Risk: An Integrated Modeling Approach." Evaluating Climate Change Impacts. Chapman and Hall/CRC, 235-257.
  38. Döhrmann, D., Gürtler, M., Hibbeln, M., & Metzler, R. 2021. "Arising from the Ruins: The impact of natural disasters on reconstruction labor wages." International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction59, 102210. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.IJDRR.2021.102210.
  39. Fang, Lin, Jiayu Wu, and Tatjana Miljkovic. 2017. “Modeling Impact of Natural Hazard-Induced Disasters on Income Distribution in the United States.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 8 (4). Beijing Normal University Press: 435–44. doi:10.1007/s13753-017-0148-3.
  40. Fussell, Elizabeth, Sara R. Curran, Matthew D. Dunbar, Michael A. Babb, Luanne Thompson, and Jacqueline Meijer-Irons. 2017. “Weather-Related Hazards and Population Change.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 669 (1): 146–67. doi:10.1177/0002716216682942.
  41. French, Steven P., Dalbyul Lee, and Kristofor Anderson. 2010. "Estimating the Social and Economic Consequences of Natural Hazards: Fiscal Impact Example." Natural Hazards Review 11 (2): 49-57. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)1527-6988(2010)11:2(49).
  42. Friedland, Carol J., and Melanie Gall. 2012. "True Cost of Hurricanes: Case for a Comprehensive Understanding of MultihazardBuilding Damage." Leadership and Management in Engineering 12 (3): 134-146.
  43. Gall, Melanie, Kevin A. Borden, Christopher T. Emrich, and Susan L. Cutter. 2011. "The unsustainable Trend of Natural Hazards Losses in the United States." Sustainability 3 (11): 2157-2181.
  44. Gall, Melanie, Kevin A. Borden, and Susan L. Cutter. 2009. "When Do Losses Count?" Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 90 (6): 799-809. doi:10.1175/2008BAMS2721.1.
  45. Gallagher, Justin. 2014. "Learning about an Infrequent Event: Evidence from Flood Insurance Take-up in the United States." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 6 (3): 206-233.
  46. Gasper, John T., and Andrew Reeves. 2011. "Make It Rain? Retrospection and the Attentive Electorate in the Context of Natural Disasters." American Journal of Political Science 55 (2): 340-355. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5907.2010.00503.x.
  47. Gerber, Brian J. 2010. "Management of Evacuee Ingress during Disasters: Identifying the Determinants of Local Government Capacity and Preparedness." Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 1 (3): 111-138. doi:10.2202/1944-4079.1063.
  48. Hahn, Daniel J, Emmanuelle Viaud, Ross B Corotis, and Dist M Asce. 2017. “Multihazard Mapping of the United States.” ASCE-ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems, Part A: Civil Engineering3 (3): 1–14. doi:10.1061/AJRUA6.0000897.
  49. Haney, Christa. "Beyond “Snow Shoveler's Infarction”: Broadening perspectives on winter health risks." Geography Compass 14.7 (2020): e12494.
  50. Haynes, George W., Sharon M. Danes, and Kathryn Stafford. 2011. "Influence of Federal Disaster Assistance on Family Business Survival and Success." Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 19 (2): 86-98. doi:10.1111/j.1468-5973.2011.00637.x.
  51. Haynes, Melissa R., and Matthew J. Giblin. 2014. "Homeland Security Risk and Preparedness in Police Agencies: The Insignificance of Actual Risk Factors." Police Quarterly 17 (1): 30-53.
  52. Healy, Andrew, and Neil Malhotra. 2009. "Myopic Voters and Natural Disaster Policy." American Political Science Review 103 (3): 387-406.
  53. Heatwole, Nathaniel, and Adam Rose. 2013. "A Reduced-Form Rapid Economic Consequence Estimating Model: Application to Property Damage from U.S. Earthquakes." International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 4 (1): 20-32. doi:10.1007/s13753-013-0004-z.
  54. Highfield, Wesley E., and Samuel D. Brody. 2006. "Price of Permits: Measuring the Economic Impacts of Wetland Development on Flood Damages in Florida." Natural Hazards Review 7 (3): 123-130.
  55. Highfield, Wesley E., and Samuel D. Brody. 2013. "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Local Mitigation Activities in Reducing Flood Losses." Natural Hazards Review 14 (4): 229-236. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000114.
  56. Houghton, Adele, and Carlos Castillo-Salgado. 2020. "Analysis of correlations between neighborhood-level vulnerability to climate change and protective green building design strategies: A spatial and ecological analysis." Building and Environment 168: 106523.
  57. Hu, M. D., Lawrence, K. G., Gall, M., Emrich, C. T., Bodkin, M. R., Jackson, W. B., … Sandler, D. P. (2021). "Natural hazards and mental health among US Gulf Coast residents." Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology 2021, 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41370-021-00301-z.
  58. Huang, Q., Li, Y., Lin, M., & McBrayer, G. A. 2022. "Natural disasters, risk salience, and corporate ESG disclosure." Journal of Corporate Finance72, 102152. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.JCORPFIN.2021.102152
  59. Hurley, Maura Ann, and Ross B. Corotis. 2014. "Perception of Risk of Natural Hazards: A Hazard Mitigation Plan Framework." International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 17 (3): 188-211.
  60. Huynh, T. D., Nguyen, T. H., & Truong, C. 2020. "Climate risk: The price of drought." Journal of Corporate Finance65, 101750. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.JCORPFIN.2020.101750
  61. Ji, H., & Lee, D. (2020). Disaster risk reduction, community resilience, and policy effectiveness: The case of the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program in the United States. Disasters. doi:10.1111/disa.12424.
  62. Jones, Jennifer M., and Ross B. Corotis. 2012. "The Regional Consequences of Individual Natural Hazard Events." International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 16 (1-3): 78-111.
  63. Kapucu, Naim, Christopher V. Hawkins, and Fernando I. Rivera. 2013. Disaster Resiliency: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Routledge.
  64. Kim, Hyun, Kyle M Woosnam, and Kayode D Aleshinloye. 2014. "Evaluating Coastal Resilience and Disaster Response: The Case of Galveston and Texas Gulf Counties Following Hurricane Ike." Coastal Management 42 (3): 227-245.
  65. Kim, Hyun, and David W. Marcouiller. 2016. “Natural Disaster Response, Community Resilience, and Economic Capacity: A Case Study of Coastal Florida.” Society and Natural Resources 29 (8). Routledge: 981–97. doi:10.1080/08941920.2015.1080336.
  66. Kim, Hyun, Kyle M. Woosnam, and David W. Marcouiller. 2014. "Spatial and Temporal Contours in Economic Losses from Natural Disasters: A Case Study of Florida." KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering. Springer: 1-8.
  67. Knowlton, Kim, Miriam Rotkin-Ellman, Linda Geballe, Wendy Max, and Gina M Solomon. 2011. "Six Climate Change-Related Events in the United States Accounted for about $14 Billion in Lost Lives and Health Costs." Health Affairs (Project Hope) 30 (11): 2167-76. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2011.0229.
  68. Kousky, Carolyn. 2013. "Facts about FEMA Household Disaster Aid: Examining the 2008 Floods and Tornadoes in Missouri." Weather, Climate, and Society 5 (4): 332-344.
  69. Langabeer, James R., Jami Delli Fraine, and Diaa Alqusairi. 2012. "The Influence of Politics on Federal Disaster Declaration Decision Delays." Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 9 (1).
  70. Maples, Lauren Z., and John P. Tiefenbacher. 2009. "Landscape, Development, Technology and Drivers: The Geography of Drownings Associated with Automobiles in Texas Floods, 1950-2004." Applied Geography 29 (2): 224-234.
  71. Margottini, Claudio, Paolo Canuti, and Kyoji Sassa, ed. 2013. Landslide Science and Practice. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31313-4.
  72. Marshall, B. R., Nguyen, H. T., Nguyen, N. H., Visaltanachoti, N., & Young, M. 2021. "Do climate risks matter for green investment?" Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money75, 101438. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.INTFIN.2021.101438.
  73. Miao, Q., Shi, Y., & Davlasheridze, M. 2021. "Fiscal Decentralization and Natural Disaster Mitigation: Evidence from the United States." Public Budgeting and Finance41(1), 26–50. https://doi.org/10.1111/PBAF.12273
  74. Michel-Kerjan, Erwann, Sabine Lemoyne de Forges, and Howard Kunreuther. 2012. "Policy Tenure under the U.S. National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)." Risk Analysis 32 (4): 644-58. doi:10.1111/j.1539-6924.2011.01671.x.
  75. Mihunov, Volodymyr V., Nina S.N. Lam, Lei Zou, Robert V. Rohli, Nazla Bushra, Margaret A. Reams, and Jennifer E. Argote. 2018. “Community Resilience to Drought Hazard in the South-Central United States.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (3). Taylor and Francis Ltd.: 739–55. doi:10.1080/24694452.2017.1372177.
  76. Mills, Brian, Dan Unrau, Laurel Pentelow, and Kelsey Spring. 2009. "Assessment of Lightning-Related Damage and Disruption in Canada." Natural Hazards 52 (2): 481-499. doi:10.1007/s11069-009-9391-2.
  77. Mu, Jianhong E., and Yong Chen. 2016. “Impacts of Large Natural Disasters on Regional Income.” Natural Hazards 83 (3). Springer Netherlands: 1485–1503. doi:10.1007/s11069-016-2372-3.
  78. O’Donovan, Kristin. 2017. “An Assessment of Aggregate Focusing Events, Disaster Experience, and Policy Change.” Risk, Hazards and Crisis in Public Policy 8 (3). Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd: 201–19. doi:10.1002/rhc3.12116.
  79. Paul, S. H., & Sharif, H. O. (2018, October 20). Analysis of Damage Caused by Hydrometeorological Disasters in Texas, 1960–2016. Retrieved from https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3263/8/10/384
  80. Prelog, Andrew J., and Lee M. Miller. 2013. "Perceptions of Disaster Risk and Vulnerability in Rural Texas." Journal of Rural Social Sciences 28 (3): 1-31.
  81. Preston, Benjamin L., Emma J. Yuen, and Richard M. Westaway. 2011. "Putting Vulnerability to Climate Change on the Map: A Review of Approaches, Benefits, and Risks." Sustainability Science 6 (2): 177-202. doi:10.1007/s11625-011-0129-1.
  82. Raschky, Paul A. 2007. "Estimating the Effects of Risk Transfer Mechanisms against Floods in Europe and USA: A Dynamic Panel Approach."
  83. Raschky, Paul A., and Hannelore Weck-Hannemann. 2007. "Who Is Going to Save Us Now? Bureaucrats, Politicians and Risky Tasks."
  84. Rein, Alena, and Ross B. Corotis. 2013. "An Overview Approach to Seismic Awareness for a ‘quiescent' Region." Natural Hazards67 (2): 335-363. doi:10.1007/s11069-013-0565-6.
  85. Rykhus, Russell P. 2005. "Satellite Imagery Maps Hurricane Katrina-Induced Flooding and Oil Slicks." Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 86 (41): 381. doi:10.1029/2005EO410003.
  86. Rohli, Robert V., Nazla Bushra, Nina S.N. Lam, Lei Zhou, Volodymyr Mihunov, Margaret A. Reams, and Jennifer E. Argote. 2016. "Drought indices as drought predictors in the south-central USA." Natural Hazards 83 (3): 1567-1582. doi:10.1007/s11069-016-2376-z.
  87. Salkowe, Richard S, and Jayajit Chakraborty. 2009. "Federal Disaster Relief in the U.S.: The Role of Political Partisanship and Preference in Presidential Disaster Declarations and Turndowns." Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management6 (1).
  88. Schmidtlein, Mathew C., Christina Finch, and Susan L. Cutter. 2008. "Disaster Declarations and Major Hazard Occurrences in the United States." The Professional Geographer 60 (1): 1-14. doi:10.1080/00330120701715143.
  89. Schumann III, Ronald L., Miranda Mockrin, Alexandra D. Syphard, Joshua Whittaker, Owen Price, Cassandra Johnson Gaither, Christopher T. Emrich, and Van Butsic. 2020.  "Wildfire recovery as a “hot moment” for creating fire-adapted communities." International journal of disaster risk reduction 42: 101354.
  90. Schultz, Jessica, and James R. Elliott. 2012. "Natural Disasters and Local Demographic Change in the United States." Population and Environment 34 (3): 293-312. doi:10.1007/s11111-012-0171-7.
  91. Shepard, Stephanie, Hilary Boudet, Chad M. Zanocco, Lori A. Cramer, and Bryan Tilt. 2018. “Community Climate Change Beliefs, Awareness, and Actions in the Wake of the September 2013 Flooding in Boulder County, Colorado.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 8 (3). Springer New York LLC: 312–25. doi:10.1007/s13412-018-0479-4.
  92. Shlemon, R. J. 2010. "A Proposed Mid-Holocene Age Definition for Hazardous Faults in California." Environmental and Engineering Geoscience 16 (1): 55-64. doi:10.2113/gseegeosci.16.1.55.
  93. Shumway, J. Matthew, Samuel Otterstrom, and Sonya Glavac. 2014. "Environmental Hazards as Disamenities: Selective Migration and Income Change in the United States from 2000-2010." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (2): 280-291.
  94. Simeonova, E. 2011. "Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Natural Disasters and Pregnancy Outcomes in the USA." CESifo Economic Studies 57 (3): 403-431. doi:10.1093/cesifo/ifr005.
  95. Simpson, David M., and R. Josh Human. 2008. "Large-Scale Vulnerability Assessments for Natural Hazards." Natural Hazards 47 (2): 143-155. doi:10.1007/s11069-007-9202-6.
  96. Stafford, Kathryn, Vibha Bhargava, Sharon M. Danes, George Haynes, and Katherine E. Brewton. 2010. "Factors Associated with Long-Term Survival of Family Businesses: Duration Analysis." Journal of Family and Economic Issues 31 (4): 442-457. doi:10.1007/s10834-010-9232-1.
  97. Smiley, K. T., Clay, L. A., Ross, A. D., & Chen, Y.-A. 2021. "Multi-scalar and multi-dimensional conceptions of social capital and mental health impacts after disaster: the case of Hurricane Harvey." Disastershttps://doi.org/10.1111/DISA.12474
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  108. Woosnam, Kyle M., and Hyun Kim. 2014. "Hurricane Impacts on Southeastern United States Coastal National Park Visitation." Tourism Geographies: 1-18. doi:10.1080/14616688.2013.823235.
  109. Xiao, Yu, Jun Wan, and Geoffrey J. D. Hewings. 2011. "Flooding and the Midwest Economy: Assessing the Midwest Floods of 1993 and 2008." GeoJournal 78 (2): 245-258. doi:10.1007/s10708-011-9415-9.
  110. Yoon, D. K. 2012. "Assessment of Social Vulnerability to Natural Disasters: A Comparative Study." Natural Hazards 63 (2): 823-843. doi:10.1007/s11069-012-0189-2.
  111. Zahran, Sammy, Samuel D. Brody, Wesley E. Highfield, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2010. "Non-Linear Incentives, Plan Design, and Flood Mitigation: The Case of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Community Rating System." Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 53(2): 219-239. doi:10.1080/09640560903529410.
  112. Zahran, Sammy, Samuel D. Brody, Walter Gillis Peacock, Arnold Vedlitz, and Himanshu Grover. 2008. "Social Vulnerability and the Natural and Built Environment: A Model of Flood Casualties in Texas." Disasters 32 (4): 537-60. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7717.2008.01054.x.
  113. Zahran, Sammy, Lori Peek, and Samuel D. Brody. 2008. "Youth Mortality by Forces of Nature." Children, Youth and Environments 18 (1): 371-388.
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  116. Zahran, Sammy, Daniele Tavani, and Stephan Weiler. 2013. "Daily Variation in Natural Disaster Casualties: Information Flows, Safety, and Opportunity Costs in Tornado versus Hurricane Strikes." Risk Analysis 33 (7): 1265-80. doi:10.1111/j.1539-6924.2012.01920.x.
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Theses and Dissertations

  1. Abdullah Al Rifat, Shaika. 2017. "Factors Influencing Inland Property Damage from Gulf of Mexico Tropical Cyclones." The University of Alabama. 
  2. Asche, Elizabeth Ann. 2013. "The Effect of Flood Risk on Housing Choices and Community Hazard Mitigation." University of California, Santa Barbara.
  3. Borden, Kevin A. 2008. "Natural Hazards Mortality in the United States." University of South Carolina.
  4. Boufajreldin, Lama. 2012. "Local Hazards Knowledge and Risk Perceptions of Stakeholders in Southern Illinois Watershed Partnerships." University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  5. Bowser, Gregg. 2013. "Determining the Differences in Hurricane Perception and Evacuation Behavior in the Elderly of South Carolina." University of South Carolina.
  6. Boyne, John R. 2015. "Elderly Migration and Natural Disasters in the United States from 1960 to 2010." Colorado State University.
  7. Brown, Lauren Nicole. 2012. "Societal Responses Following Disaster: Exploring the Association between Social Conflict and Environmental Disaster Events." College of Charleston.
  8. Cheng, Chingwen. 2013. "Social Vulnerability, Green Infrastructure, Urbanization and Climate Change-Induced Flooding: A Risk Assessment for the Charles River Watershed, Massachusetts, USA." University of Massachusetts Amherst.
  9. Christopher, E. Kenneth. 2017. "The Effects of Hurricane and Tornado Diasters on Pregnancy Outcomes." Walden University. 
  10. Cil, Gulcan. 2015. "Effects of Behavioral and Environmental Factors on Infant Health." University of South Oregon.
  11. Davlasheridze, Meri. 2013. "Hurricane Disaster Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation: Evidence from US Coastal Economy." The Pennsylvania State University.
  12. De Vries, Daniel H. 2008. "Temporal Vulnerability: Historical Ecologies of Monitoring, Memory, and Meaning in Changing United States Floodplain Landscapes." The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  13. Dobridge, Christine Louise. 2015. "Essays in Corporate and Household Finance." University of Pennsylvania.
  14. Gallagher, Justin. 2011. "Essays in Environmental Economics." University of California, Berkeley.
  15. Hammel, Evan Martin. 2007. "A Multi-Attribute Framework for Risk Analysis of Natural Hazards." University of Colorado at Boulder.
  16. Haney, Christa Robyn. Winter Weather Hazards: Injuries and Fatalities Associated with Snow Removal. Diss. Mississippi State University, 2020.
  17. Hanford, Elaine J. 2010. "Investigating Health Consequences from Major Flood Occurrences in South-Central Texas through the Lens of Frame Theory and Analysis: Assessing Awareness and Communicating Risk." Texas State University - San Marcos.
  18. Hansen, Jesse Keith. 2012. "The Flypaper Effect: The Fiscal Implications of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Intergovernmental Grants in Colorado." University of Colorado at Denver.
  19. Haynes, Melissa R. 2012. "Perceived Risk of Homeland Security Incidents: The Insignificance of Actual Risk Factors." Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
  20. Heise, Keeley S. 2013. "Assessing the Vulnerability of the United States Northern Great Plains to a Severe Snowstorm or Blizzard." Oklahoma State University.
  21. Heise, Keeley S. 2017. "Blizzard Risk, Perception, and Perparedmess in the Northern Great Plains."  Oklahoma State University. 
  22. Henriksson, Matthew. 2020. "Essays on the Disposition Effect." Diss. University of South Florida.
  23. Higby Halseth, Deanna Renee. 2011. "A Paleolimnological Investigation of Historical Environmental Change in East Canyon Reservoir." The University of Utah.
  24. Hurley, Maura A. 2011. "Perception of Risk of Natural Hazards A Hazard Mitigation Plan Framework." University of Colorado at Boulder.
  25. Jackson, Terrance Lee. 2009. "The Impacts of Increasing Rainfall: Flood Fatalities in Texas." The University of Texas at San Antonio.
  26. JanesEnessa Holland. 2013. "Evaluating Local Hazard Mitigation Planning: Quality, Public Participation, and Social Vulnerability." University of Colorado at Denver.
  27. Jenkins, Jeffery A. 2017. "Natural Diasters, Partisan Retrospection, and U.S. Presidential Elections." University of Southern Calidornia.
  28. Kang, Jung Eun. 2009. "Mitigating Flood Loss through Local Comprehensive Planning in Florida." Texas A&M University.
  29. KatiraiMatin. 2009. "Sprawl, Equity and Fire Department Response Times across the U.S." University of Louisville.
  30. Kim, Hyun. 2015. "Exploring the Role of Community Capacity and Planning Effort in Disaster Risk Reduction and Environmental Sustainability: Spatio-temporal Vulnerability and Resiliency Perspectives." University of Wisconsin - Madison.
  31. Kim, H., Marcouiller, D. W., & Woosnam, K. M. 2020. "Coordinated planning effort as multilevel climate governance: Insights from coastal resilience and climate adaptation." Geoforum114, 77–88. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.GEOFORUM.2020.05.023
  32. Lambrick, Jennifer E. 2017. "Diasters are not inevitable: social vulnerability, hazard losses, and adaptive learning in communities of the Atlantic and Gulf coastal watersheds." University of Washington. 
  33. Lee, Dalbyul. 2012. "The Impact of Natural Disasters on Neighborhood Change: Longitudinal Data Analysis." Georgia Institute of Technology.
  34. Lee, Logan. 2021. "Military Communities and Natural Hazards in the United States." University of South Carolina.
  35. Liu, Jing. 2014. "Three Essays on the Water-Food-Climate Nexus." Purdue University.
  36. Lyles, Lindsey Ward. 2012. "Stakeholder Network Influences on Local-Level Hazard Mitigation Planning Outputs." The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  37. Mayunga, Joseph Stephen. 2009. "Measuring the Measure: A Multi-Dimensional Scale Model to Measure Community Disaster Resilience in the U.S. Gulf Coast Region." Texas A&M University.
  38. McClain, TaQuesa A. 2012. "Weathering the Storm Faithfully: African American Women's and Clergy's Perspectives about Natural Disasters and the Role of the Baptist Church in Disaster Preparedness." University of South Carolina.
  39. Menezes, Gustavo Borel de. 2007. "GIS-Based Regionalized Impact Assessment Methodology (RIAM) for Subsurface Transport of Contaminants from Point Sources." The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
  40. Miao, Qing. 2015. "Climate Change Adaptation, Natural Hazard Mitigation, and Innovative Responses." Syracuse University.
  41. MohlejiShalini. 2011. "Gaining from Losses: Using Disaster Loss Data as a Tool for Appraising Natural Disaster Policy." University of Colorado at Boulder.
  42. Morath, Daniel Paul. 2010. "Social Vulnerability and Public Health: Developing a Metric for Medical Emergency Management in Florida." University of South Carolina.
  43. Morse, Adair B. 2007. "Essays on the Individual in Financial Decision Making." University of Michigan.
  44. O'Donovan, Kristin Taylor. 2012. "Floods, Hazard Mitigation and Policy Diffusion: Testing the Influences on State Policy Adoption 1968--2008." North Carolina State University.
  45. Oliver, Daniel. 2013. "Risk Perception and Effective Communication of Consequences for US Natural Hazards." University of Colorado at Boulder.
  46. Parnell, Darren Bryant. 2005. "A Climatology of Frost Extremes across the Southeast United States, 1950--1999." University of South Carolina.
  47. Prelog, Andrew J. 2012. "Longitudinal and Geographic Analysis of the Relationship between Natural Disasters and Crime in the United States." Colorado State University.
  48. Ratner, Jaime Elizabeth. 2008. "Evaluating Vulnerability to Rapid-Onset Hazards: A Factor Analytical Approach across Spatial Scales." State University of New York at Binghamton.
  49. Ray, Aaron D. 2015. "The Politics of Climate Change Adaptation." American University.
  50. Rein, Alena Christine. 2011. "Hazard Analysis of Interdependent Infrastructure: Case Study of the Denver Region." University of Colorado at Boulder.
  51. Roussie, Suzanne M. 2012. "A Framework for Hazard Assessment Using an Ecological Indicator Approach: Freshwater Wetland Impact, Recovery and Resilience in Southwest Louisiana." State University of New York at Buffalo.
  52. SaifRaisa. 2012. "Extreme Weather Events and Rural-Urban Migration." University of Oregon.
  53. Sainz Santamaria, Jose Jaime. 2013. "Elections, Protests, and the Provision of Public Goods." University of California, Santa Barbara.
  54. Salkowe, Richard. 2014. "Federal Disaster Declarations and Denials: Analyzing Spatial Equity in the Implementation of the Stafford Act." University of South Florida.
  55. Sanchez, Cory. 2011. "Tricks of the Shade: Heat Related Coping Strategies of Urban Homeless Persons in Phoenix, Arizona." Arizona State University.
  56. Schmidtlein, Mathew Curtis. 2008. "Spatio-Temporal Changes in the Social Vulnerability of Charleston, South Carolina from 1960 to 2010." University of South Carolina.
  57. Sharif, Hatim Osman. 2009. "Health Impacts of Extreme Weather: Flood Fatalities in Texas." The University of Texas.
  58. Southwell, Carl Erckman. 2012. "A Robust Model for Disaster Risk and Decision Analysis." University of Southern California.
  59. Spencer, Jeremy Michael. 2009. "Winter Weather Related Fatalities in the Conterminous United States: An Analysis of Three Winter Fatality Databases." Northern Illinois University.
  60. Strong, Ruth-Hanna. 2015. "Changes to the Number of Financial Services Firms in Areas following Natural Disasters: Does Firm Size Matter?" Capella University.
  61. Sturm, Zachary T. 2011. "Analyzing Vulnerability to Hurricanes Using Actual Damage Data: A Case Study in Miami-Dade County, Florida." State University of New York at Binghamton.
  62. Subasinghe Arachchilage Don, Chamila Tharanga. 2011. "Rebuilding for Sustainability: Spatial Analysis of Bolivar Peninsula after Hurricane Ike." Texas A&M University.
  63. Sydnor-Bousso, Sandra. 2009. "Assessing the Impact of Industry Resilience as a Function of Community Resilience: The Case of Natural Disasters." The Ohio State University.
  64. Welsch, D. M., Winden, M. W., & Zimmer, D. M. 2022. "The effect of flood mitigation spending on flood damage: Accounting for dynamic feedback". Ecological Economics192, 107273. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.ECOLECON.2021.107273
  65. Wendy-Kay Butler, Lathania. 2017. "Local Government Policy Agendas, Budgets, and the Impact of Focusing Events." The Ohio State University.
  66. Wilder, Paul Joseph. 2012. "Disaster Preparedness in the American Academy: A Study of Institutional Context Factors for Compliance with the National Incident Management System." Indiana State University.
  67. Yoon, Dong Keun. 2007. "The Impacts of Local Comprehensive Plans on Vulnerability to Disaster: Evaluating Plan Quality within the Framework of Sustainability Principles in the Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Areas, United States, 1980--2000." Cornell University.
  68. Yu, K. (2020). "Flood occurrence and intensity prediction in North America." Wake Forest University.
  69. Zuzak, Casey G. 2010. "Differences in Urban and Rural Natural Hazard Mortality in the United States." University of South Carolina.

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State and Local Hazard Mitigation Plans

  1. State of Arizona. 2018. "State Hazards Mitigation Plan."

  2. State of Arkansas. 2013. "All-Hazards Mitigation Plan."

  3. State of California. 2018. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  4. State of Colorado. 2020. "Enhanced Hazards Mitigation Plan."

  5. State of Florida. 2018. "Enhanced Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  6. State of Georgia. 2014. "Hazard Mitigation Strategy."

  7. State of Idaho. 2018. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  8. State of Illinois. 2018. "Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  9. State of Kansas. 2017. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  10. State of Kentucky. 2018. "Enhanced Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  11. State of Louisiana. 2019. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  12. State of Maryland. 2016 "Hazard Mitigation Plan." 

  13. State of Minnesota. 2019. "All-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Emergency Management."

  14. State of Mississippi. 2019. "State Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  15. State of Montana. 2018."State Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  16. State of New Jersey. 2019. "State Hazard Mitigation Plan Website"

  17. State of New York. 2019. "State Hazard Mitigation Plan Website."

  18. State of South Carolina. 2018. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  19. State of South Dakota. 2014. "State Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  20. State of Texas. 2018. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  21. State of Utah. 2019. "State Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  22. State of Vermont. 2018. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  23. State of Washington. 2018. "Enhanced Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  24. State of Wyoming. 2016. "State Hazard Mitigation Plan."Top of Page


Select Local, Multi-jurisdictional, and Disaster Resistant University Hazard Mitigation Plans

  1. Alamosa County, CO. 2016. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan (Draft)."

  2. Archuleta County, CO. 2012. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  3. Barnes County, ND. 2015. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  4. Beadle County, SD. 2009. "Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan."

  5. Beauregard Parish, LA. 2015. "Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  6. Bonner County, ID. 2017. "All-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  7. Bonneville County, ID. 2014. "Multi-Jurisdiction All Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  8. Boulder County, ID. 2018. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  9. Broome County, NY. 2013. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  10. Butte County, CA. 2013. "Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  11. Calaveras County, CA. 2015. "Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  12. Cayuga County, NY. 2012/13. "Multi-Jurisidictional All-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  13. Chatham County, NC. 2004. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  14. Chenango County, NY. 2014. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  15. Cheyenne, Northern, Tribe Pdm, Steering Committee, and Cossitt Consulting. 2007. "Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan."

  16. Cascade County, MT. 2017."Mitigation Plan."

  17. Clinton County, PA. 2011."Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  18. Cowley County, KS. 2014."Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard."

  19. Davis County, UT. 20016. "Wasatch Front Region Natural Hazard Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan."

  20. DeKalb County, GA. 2011. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  21. Delaware County, NY. 2013. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  22. Delaware County, OH. 2016."Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  23. Denver Region, CO. 2010. "Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  24. Dillon County, SC. 2012. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  25. Dona Ana County, NM. 2013. "All-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  26. Douglas County, CO. 2015. "Local Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  27. Elmore County, ID. 2013. "All-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  28. Erie County, NY. 2015. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  29. Fallon County and Churchill County, MT. 2012. "Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan."

  30. Franklin County, WA. 2011. "Hazard Mitigation Plan Overview."

  31. Frederick County, NC. 2010."Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  32. Gadsden County, FL. 2010."Local Mitigation Strategy."

  33. Glenn County, CA. 2016."Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  34. Grant County, WA. 2013. "Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  35. Greater Greenburgh Planning Area, NY. 2011. "All-Hazards Emergency Management and Mitigation Plan."

  36. Greenville County, SC. 2015. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  37. Gunnison County, CO. 2012. "Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  38. Harvey County, KS. 2009. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  39. Town of Holly Springs, NC. 2004. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  40. Howard County, MD. 2018. "Flood Mitigation Plan."

  41. Island County, WA. 2006. "Hazard Identification and Vulnerability Assessment."

  42. Jefferson County, CO. 2010. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  43. Kern County, CA. 2012. "Multi Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  44. Kings County, CA. 2007. "Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  45. Knox County, City of Knoxville, and Town of Farragut, TN. 2011."Multi-Jurisdictional Local Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  46. La Plata County, CO. 2009."Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  47. Laramie County, WY. 2012."Hazard Mitigation and Strategy Plan."

  48. Lincoln County/Minnehaha County, SD. 2011. "Multi-Hazard Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan."

  49. Martin County, MN. 2013. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  50. Maury County, TN. 2012. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  51. City of McKinney, TX. 2015. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  52. Meade County, SD. 2009. "Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan."

  53. Mesa County, CO. 2015. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  54. Neosho County, KS. 2009. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  55. Oklahoma County, OK. 2014."Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  56. Onondaga County, NY. 2010. "Multi-Jurisdictional All-Hazards Mitigation Plan."

  57. Ouray County, CO. 2013. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  58. Pickens County, SC. 2011."Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  59. Placer County, CA. 2016. "Local Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  60. Pukalski County, AR. 2012. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  61. Reno County, KS, KS Butler County, KS Cowley County, KS Harper County, KS Harvey County, KS Kingman County, KS Marion County, et al. 2014. "South-Central Kansas Multi-Hazard, Multi-Jurisdictional Mitigation Plan."

  62. Riverside County, CA. 2018. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  63. City of Roseville, CA. 2011. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  64. Sacramento County, CA. 2016."Local Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  65. Scott County, MN. 2009."Multi-Jurisdiction All-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  66. Shelby County, AL. 2016. "Multi-Jurisdictional All Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  67. Shoshone County, ID. 2009. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  68. City of Simpsonville, SC. 2015. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update."

  69. Somerset County, NJ. 2018. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  70. Sullivan County, TN. 2014. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  71. Sussex County, NJ. 2010."All-Hazards Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan."

  72. Sutter County, CA. 2013. "Local Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  73. Teton County, MT. 2012. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  74. Tioga County, NY. 2013. "Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  75. University of Kentucky, KY. 2010. "Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  76. Wake County, NC. 2014. "Wake County Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  77. Walsh County, ND. 2016. "Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  78. Watonwan County, MN. 2013. "All-Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  79. Wayne County, NC. 2016. "Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan."

  80. Whitman County, WA. 2006. "Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan."

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