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FEMA Media Library

A picture of Rafael Hernández International Airport
Rafael Hernández International Airport

A picture of Rafael Hernández International Airport
Fernando Ribas Dominicci Airport

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FEMA Organizational Chart

This FEMA organizational chart is current as of August 2, 2021.

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Restoring Native Ecosystems to Build Resilience Case Study

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Teaching Note: Santa Clara Pueblo Recovery

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A Tribe’s Journey to Prepare, Mitigate, and Recover Case Study

A mitigation project installed in the canyon to treat water runoff before it reaches the main stem of the creek improves the resiliency of the watershed while the natural vegetation recovers.
Santa Clara Pueblo

A mitigation project installed in the canyon to treat water runoff before it reaches the main stem of the creek improves the resiliency of the watershed while the natural vegetation recovers.

A view of the Santa Clara Canyon following the 2011 Las Conchas Fire
Santa Clara Pueblo

A view of the Santa Clara Canyon following the 2011 Las Conchas Fire. Source: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Three major wildfires experienced since 1998 have burned nearly 80% of Santa Clara Pueblo forested lands and 28% of the entire reservation. The white outlines the boundary of the Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Reservation. The red represents the boundary of the Las Conchas Fire in 2011, the purple represents the boundary of the Cerro Grande Fire in 2000, and the yellow represents the Oso Complex Fire in 1998.
Santa Clara Pueblo

Together, the three major wildfires experienced since 1998 have burned nearly 80% of Santa Clara Pueblo forested lands and 28% of the entire reservation. The white outlines the boundary of the Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Reservation. The red represents the boundary of the Las Conchas Fire in 2011, the purple represents the boundary of the Cerro Grande Fire in 2000, and the yellow represents the Oso Complex Fire in 1998. Source: Santa Clara Pueblo Forestry.

Before and after photographs of the Santa Clara Canyon
Santa Clara Pueblo

Before and after photographs of the Santa Clara Canyon. Source: New Mexico PBS.

An example of a bank stabilization technique employed in Santa Clara Pueblo that uses natural materials.
Santa Clara Pueblo

An example of a bank stabilization technique employed in Santa Clara Pueblo that uses natural materials. Source: Santa Clara Forestry.

An example of a bride project along Santa Clara Creek.
Santa Clara Pueblo

An example of a bride project along Santa Clara Creek. The wider span of the bridge will allow for higher volumes of water flow in future flood events. In addition, angled bridge components will redirect water flow to protect vulnerable infrastructure. Hesco bastions were also added and are visible in the foreground of this photo. These flood control barriers can help protect residential areas from dangerous floodwaters. Source: FEMA Interagency Coordination Division (ICD).

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 08-04-2021

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 08-04-2021

Members of Region 2's Incident Management Assistance Team, FEMA Virgin Islands logistics staff and territorial partners from the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency and U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Human Services conduct a Community Points of Distribution field exercise at Educational Complex.
FEMA and Territorial Partners Conduct Community Points of Distribution Exercises

St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, July 13, 2021 – Members of Region 2's Incident Management Assistance Team, FEMA Virgin Islands logistics staff and territorial partners from the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency and U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Human Services conduct a Community Points of Distribution field exercise at Educational Complex. FEMA/Geri Purvis

Members of Region 2's Incident Management Assistance Team lead a class on Community Points of Distribution for FEMA's U.S. Virgin Islands logistics staff and territorial partners from the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Human Services at Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School.
FEMA and Territorial Partners Conduct Community Points of Distribution Exercises

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, July 15, 2021 -- Members of Region 2's Incident Management Assistance Team lead a class on Community Points of Distribution for FEMA's U.S. Virgin Islands logistics staff and territorial partners from the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Human Services at Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School. FEMA/Geri Purvis

Daryl Jaschen, Director of the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency, (center), meets with members of Region 2's Incident Management Assistance Team, FEMA U.S. Virgin Islands logistics staff and partners from the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Human Services and Love City Strong during a Community Points of Distribution field exercise in Gifft Hill.
FEMA and Territorial Partners Conduct Community Points of Distribution Exercises

St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, July 19, 2021 -- Daryl Jaschen, Director of the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency, (center), meets with members of Region 2's Incident Management Assistance Team, FEMA U.S. Virgin Islands logistics staff and partners from the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Human Services and Love City Strong during a Community Points of Distribution field exercise in Gifft Hill. FEMA/Geri Purvis

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Integrated Public Alert and Warning System Technical Support Services Facility

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Seismic Building Codes in the U.S.: A Thirty-Five Year Retrospective of NEHRP Provisions

In retrospect, the NEHRP Recommended Provisions not only provided many critical stepping stones to form the foundation of modern U.S. seismic-resistant codes and standards, but also helped to explore new ways to advance earthquake science and risk reduction technologies. Over the past thirty-five years, many scientists, researchers, engineers, code and standard experts, material industry experts, and professionals from the NEHRP agencies contributed to the success of the NEHRP Provisions. This report captures the history of the NEHRP Provisions and many great benefits it has introduced.

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FEMA P-2156, The Role of the NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions in the Development of Nationwide Seismic Building Code Regulations: A Thirty-Five-Year Retrospective

In retrospect, the NEHRP Recommended Provisions not only provided many critical stepping stones to form the foundation of modern U.S. seismic-resistant codes and standards, but also helped to explore new ways to advance earthquake science and risk reduction technologies. Over the past thirty-five years, many scientists, researchers, engineers, code and standard experts, material industry experts, and professionals from the NEHRP agencies contributed to the success of the NEHRP Provisions. This report captures the history of the NEHRP Provisions and many great benefits it has introduced.