Hurricane Katrina: GIS Spatial Analysis of Flood Impacts in Mississippi - Residential Substantially Damaged Buildings in Relation to the Advisory Base Flood Elevations and Q3

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The map depicts Q3 data for substantially damaged residential structures located within the 100- and 500-year floodplain. Of the 2,342 structures damaged by the hurricane, 91% received damages that cost over 50% of the fair market value before Katrina. More than 50% of the damaged buildings were greater than 90% damaged.
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Hurricane Katrina: GIS Spatial Analysis of Flood Impacts in Mississippi - Residential Substantially Damaged Buildings in Relation to the Advisory Base Flood Elevations and Q3
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3.13Mseptiembre 1, 2006