GIS for Climate Change Bibliography, Part 5: Disaster Management

Cyclone Leaves Its Mark on the Map: Analyzing and Monitoring Myanmar’s Damaged Rice Production Regions

Mass Casualty GIS Data Management System (from Complaint to Grave)

Planning for Disaster by Pinpointing Populations Vulnerable to Hazards

Storm Surge and Flood Vulnerability in Cumberland County, NJ

Using the U.S. National Grid for Preparedness and Response

Managing Spatial Information to Utilize Disaster Records for Community Safety

13-County Houston—Galveston Region: Population Inside the 100 Year Floodplain (2035)

Combining GIS and Statistical Analyses to Support Global Pandemic Preparations

Evaluating HIV/AIDS Programs: Mapping Affected Populations Fills Information Gap

GIS for Medical Emergency Preparedness: Siting Medical Distribution Centers in an Emergency

Hurricanes on the U.S. Gulf Coast

Rhode Island Critical Resources—Preliminary Flood Vulnerability Analysis

Capacity Building Workshop on GIS-Based Hazard Risk Information Systems

Determining Flood Event Evacuation Areas & Floodwater Inundation with GIS

Disaster Response Application for Non-governmental Organizations

FEMA-ERT-N Geospatial Intelligence Unit: GIS and Disaster Response

Hazards Analyst: North Carolina’s New Tool for Disaster Preparation/Response

Key Investment Pays Worthwhile Dividends

Long Term Recovery and GIS

Providing Real-time Spatial Data for Flood Response

Risk Analysis and ArcGIS Schematics – California Delta Levees

Special Population Planner 4: An Open Source Release

Constructing COP of EOC at Niigata-ken Chuetsuoki Earthquake, 2007

Development of DSS for Mitigation of Flood Related Damage

Disaster Mitigation Models for the City of Redlands

Flood Mitigation Using GIS

GIS in Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief

Lee County, Florida, ArcGIS Server Mobile Damage Assessment Tools

Mapping Successful Incident Response

Registration & Repatriation of Disaster Evacuees: A Geospatial Approach

Using Mobile GIS in Assessing Impacts of Historic Iowa Flood

Web Based Geographic Intelligence for Emergency Management Practitioners

Application of Multi-objective Shortest-Path and Allocation Analysis for Flood Prevention

Embedding GIS in Disaster Simulation

Estimating Evacuation Ratio in the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake

Geospatially-Enabled Geographic Response Plans

GIS Improves Community Readiness Saving Lives During Emergency Disaster

GIS in Severe Weather Impact Analysis

A GIS Tool to Determine Affected Population

Levee Inspection and Reporting System

Harris County Flood Control District Custom Map Book Series

Tsunami Inundation Zones

Disaster and Recovery: The Impacts of Hurricane Katrina on Gulfport, Mississippi

Enhanced DFIRM

The Asia Pacific Natural Hazards and Vulnerabilities Atlas

Harris County Storm Surge Inundation Zones

Ground Elevations Compared to Static Base Flood Elevations for the City of Seabrook

Sarasota County, Florida—An Assessment of Disaster Vulnerability

Kyoto City Multi-Hazard Maps

Rhode Island Critical Resources—Preliminary Flood Vulnerability Assessment

Mapping Flood Risk and Vulnerability in the Lower Mekong Basin

FEMA and Local Governments Battle Hazards with a New GIS Tool

GIS Supports Indian Ocean Tsunami Disaster Relief

Turkish Government Bases National Emergency Response System on GIS

South Carolina Devises Earthquake Preparedness Plan with GIS

Urban Information Systems for Earthquake-Resistant Cities

In Japan, Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake Damage Assessment Data Is Gathered More Efficiently Using GIS

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