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Title : DEVELOPING A NEW ARCGIS TOOL TO QUANTIFY BUILDING-CONTENT VULNERABILITY FROM STORM-SURGE INUNDATION
Company : University of Connecticut
File Name : Witharana.pdf
Size : 490049
Type : application/pdf
Date : 28-Aug-2010
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Chandi Witharana, Thomas Meyer, Daniel L. Civco and Jeffrey Osleeb

A storm surge that accompanies a hurricane creates a major threat to humans and the near-shore built environment. Improving the analysis and identification of risk to vulnerable communities from storm-surge damage is crucial for risk-reduction policy making in coastal cities and towns. Storm surges can damage buildings’ structures and their contents; however, content-damage assessment methodologies are not well studied. This study developed and implemented a conceptual framework to estimate flood-damage vulnerability to building contents.
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