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NAI How-to Guide for Hazard Identification and Floodplain Mapping

By: Association of State Floodplain Managers
Material type: TextTextSeries: No Adverse Impact: Publisher: Madison Association of State Floodplain Managers 2017Description: 112 pages, PDF file illustrations, mapsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeOther title: How-to Guide for No Adverse Impact Hazard Identification and Floodplain Mapping 2017Subject(s): No Adverse Impact | Mapping tools | National Flood Insurance Program (U.S.) | Flood hazard identificationOther classification: Online resources: Access publication here through ASFPM digital library
Contents:
Introduction -- Who Should Use this Guide? -- Common Terminology used Throughout this Guide -- Section One: The NAI -- Approach to Floodplain Management -- The No Adverse Impact Approach -- Section Two: Hazard Identification/Mapping & Floodplain Management -- NFIP Mapping 23 NFIP Guidance on Using NFIP Maps -- Liability for Community Actions -- Factors for Effective Mapping -- Section Three: NAI Mapping Tools -- Tool 1: Build a Complete Map -- Tool 2: Integrate Your Maps -- Tool 3: Map a More Effective Floodway -- Tool 4: Map the Residual Risk -- Tool 5: Map for Future Risk -- Section Four: Case Studies -- Bucoda, Washington ‒ A Small Town Completes its Map -- Brandon, Vermont‒River Corridor Mapping -- Denver, Colorado-Urban Drainage and Flood Control District -- Pierce County, Washington‒A Comprehensive Approach -- Section Five:Resources & Fact Sheet -- Resources and References -- Fact Sheet: No Adverse Impact How-to Guide for Mapping
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Introduction -- Who Should Use this Guide? -- Common Terminology used Throughout this Guide -- Section One: The NAI -- Approach to Floodplain
Management -- The No Adverse Impact Approach -- Section Two: Hazard Identification/Mapping & Floodplain Management -- NFIP Mapping
23 NFIP Guidance on Using NFIP Maps -- Liability for Community Actions -- Factors for Effective Mapping -- Section Three: NAI Mapping Tools -- Tool 1: Build a Complete Map -- Tool 2: Integrate Your Maps -- Tool 3: Map a More Effective Floodway -- Tool 4: Map the Residual Risk -- Tool 5: Map for Future Risk -- Section Four: Case Studies -- Bucoda, Washington ‒ A Small Town Completes its Map -- Brandon, Vermont‒River Corridor Mapping -- Denver, Colorado-Urban Drainage and Flood Control District -- Pierce County, Washington‒A Comprehensive Approach -- Section Five:Resources & Fact Sheet -- Resources and References -- Fact Sheet: No Adverse Impact How-to Guide for Mapping

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