Using Hazus-MH and GIS to Measure Mitigation Successes - Red River Flood
April 2007 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Grand Forks Red River Flood Disaster, which caused $3.7 billion in total losses in North Dakota. In 2006, a severe flood of the same river resulted in only $6.5 million in total losses. The reduction in total losses resulted from a partnership between FEMA, North Dakota, and localities. This poster shows the mitigation successes that resulted from this partnership.
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