FEMA 15, Design Guidelines for Flood Damage Reduction (1981)
Reduction of flood losses depends on mitigation activities by a variety of those involved in the use of water and land resources. This responsibility falls to a large extent on those who design the built environment, since damage to buildings and their contents is the most common source of monetary loss in a flood disaster.
|Design Guidelines for Flood Damage Reduction||220.91M||December 1, 1981|
|Design Guidelines for Flood Damage Reduction||December 1, 1981|