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Coastal No Adverse Impact Mark Mauriello, Pam Pogue. Handbook

Contributor(s): Mark Mauriello [author] | Pam Pogue [author]
Material type: TextTextSeries: No Adverse Impact: Publisher: Madison Association of State Floodplain Managers 2007Description: 171 pages illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): No Adverse Impact | Flood damage prevention -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- United States | Floodplain management -- United StatesOnline resources: Online access available through ASFPM digital library
Contents:
INTRODUCTION -- WHAT IS NO ADVERSE IMPACT? -- BENEFITS OF NO ADVERSE IMPACT -- HOW TO USE THIS HANDBOOK -- CHAPTER 1. LEGAL BASIS FOR NO ADVERSE IMPACT -- FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL ROLES -- THE LEGAL BASIS FOR NAI AND ADVERSE IMPACTS OF COASTAL DEVELOPMENT -- CHAPTER 2. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND MAPPING -- BASIC: USING THE FIRM TO MANAGE LAND USE -- BETTER: USING ADDITIONAL COASTAL HAZARD INFORMATION -- NAI LEVEL: HIGHER MAPPING STANDARDS & NATURAL AND BENEFICIAL FUNCTIONS -- CHAPTER 3. PLANNING -- BASIC: LAND USE PLANNING AND ZONING -- BETTER: HAZARD MITIGATION PLANS -- NAI LEVEL: CZM SPECIAL AREA MANAGEMENT PLANS - MULTI-OBJECTIVE MANAGEMENT -- CHAPTER 4. REGULATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS -- BASIC: NFIP REGULATIONS -- BETTER: HIGHER REGULATORY STANDARDS -- NAI LEVEL: RESOURCE PROTECTION & PUBLIC SAFETY -- CHAPTER 5. MITIGATION -- BASIC: COMMON PRACTICES -- BETTER: HUMAN ADJUSTMENT TO FLOODING -- NAI LEVEL: MITIGATING ADVERSE IMPACTS -- CHAPTER 6. INFRASTRUCTURE -- BASIC: RESPONSE AND REPLACEMENT -- BETTER: PROTECTION MEASURES AND PROCEDURES -- NAI LEVEL: PLANS AND ALTERNATIVES -- CHAPTER 7. EMERGENCY SERVICES -- BASIC: GENERIC RESPONSE PLAN -- BETTER: MULTI-HAZARD RESPONSE PLAN -- NAI LEVEL: PRE- AND POST-DISASTER PREPAREDNESS -- CHAPTER 8. PUBLIC OUTREACH AND EDUCATION -- CHAPTER 9. USING THE NAI PRINCIPLE FOR COASTAL HAZARD MANAGEMENT
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The Coastal Services Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the
Association of State Floodplain Managers sponsored this handbook. The information in this
publication demonstrates the application of mitigation strategies for the management of natural
hazards occurring along the nation's coasts.
This publication resulted from the cooperation of many people, several of whom
provided case study examples and intense reviews. The initial drafts were developed by Mr.
Mark Mauriello, Co-chair, ASFPM Coastal Issues Committee and Ms. Pam Pogue, Chair,
Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM).

The following professionals and organizations are acknowledged for their contributions
in preparing of this handbook.
Margaret Davidson, NOAA Coastal Services Center, Charleston, South Carolina
Larry A. Larson, PE, CFM, Executive Director, ASFPM, Madison, Wisconsin
WRITING TEAM OVERSIGHT TEAM
Mark Mauriello, New Jersey Pam Pogue, CFM, Rhode Island
Pam Pogue, CFM, Rhode Island Keelin Kuipers, Washington, D.C.
Rodney Emmer, Ph.D., Louisiana Alan Lulloff, PE, CFM, Wisconsin
Phil Keillor, PE, Wisconsin Doug Harper, Washington, D.C.
Alan Lulloff, PE, CFM, Wisconsin Maria Honeycutt, Ph.D., Maryland
Bruce Baird, Wisconsin Bruce Baird, Wisconsin
Ed Thomas, Esq., Massachusettes
Sam Riley Medlock, CFM, Vermont
TECHNICAL REVIEW TEAM NAI STEERING COMMITTEE
David Carlton, Washington Doug Plasencia, Arizona, Chair
David Divoky, North Carolina Chad Berginnis, Ohio
Lawrence Frank, Georgia Scott Choquette, Massachusetts
Jeffery Gangai, Virginia Ted DeBaene, Louisiana
Al Goodman, Mississippi Nicole Fleck-Tooze, Nebraska
Rebecca Haney, Massachusetts Chris Jones, North Carolina
Darryl Hathaway, Virginia Jerry Louthain, Washington
James Hemsley, Virginia, Christy Miller, Alaska
Timothy Miller, Massachusetts Dave Powers, Virginia
Trudie Johnson, South Carolina Barbara Schauer, NIBS
Lisa Jones, South Carolina Ed Thomas, Massachusetts
Mark Matulik, Florida
Wes Shaw, Massachusetts
Lou Sidell, Maine
Brad Vance, Florida
EDITORS PROJECT MANAGER
Jacki Monday, Colorado Alan Lulloff, Wisconsin
Trudy E. Bell, Ohio

Includes bibliographic references

INTRODUCTION -- WHAT IS NO ADVERSE IMPACT? -- BENEFITS OF NO ADVERSE IMPACT -- HOW TO USE THIS HANDBOOK -- CHAPTER 1. LEGAL BASIS FOR NO ADVERSE IMPACT -- FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL ROLES -- THE LEGAL BASIS FOR NAI AND ADVERSE IMPACTS OF COASTAL DEVELOPMENT -- CHAPTER 2. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND MAPPING -- BASIC: USING THE FIRM TO MANAGE LAND USE -- BETTER: USING ADDITIONAL COASTAL HAZARD INFORMATION -- NAI LEVEL: HIGHER MAPPING STANDARDS & NATURAL AND BENEFICIAL FUNCTIONS -- CHAPTER 3. PLANNING -- BASIC: LAND USE PLANNING AND ZONING -- BETTER: HAZARD MITIGATION PLANS -- NAI LEVEL: CZM SPECIAL AREA MANAGEMENT PLANS - MULTI-OBJECTIVE MANAGEMENT -- CHAPTER 4. REGULATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS -- BASIC: NFIP REGULATIONS -- BETTER: HIGHER REGULATORY STANDARDS -- NAI LEVEL: RESOURCE PROTECTION & PUBLIC SAFETY -- CHAPTER 5. MITIGATION -- BASIC: COMMON PRACTICES -- BETTER: HUMAN ADJUSTMENT TO FLOODING -- NAI LEVEL: MITIGATING ADVERSE IMPACTS -- CHAPTER 6. INFRASTRUCTURE -- BASIC: RESPONSE AND REPLACEMENT -- BETTER: PROTECTION MEASURES AND PROCEDURES -- NAI LEVEL: PLANS AND ALTERNATIVES -- CHAPTER 7. EMERGENCY SERVICES -- BASIC: GENERIC RESPONSE PLAN -- BETTER: MULTI-HAZARD RESPONSE PLAN -- NAI LEVEL: PRE- AND POST-DISASTER PREPAREDNESS -- CHAPTER 8. PUBLIC OUTREACH AND EDUCATION -- CHAPTER 9. USING THE NAI PRINCIPLE FOR COASTAL HAZARD MANAGEMENT

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