Resources: Resiliency

Continuum of Natural Disasters  This NSGIC project aimed to help raise awareness of the nature, type and frequency of federally declared natural disasters and how geospatial data can improve government efforts to plan for, mitigate and respond to these events.

FEMA: Open FEMA Data Visualization  Access details of any historic disaster declaration. Map visualization is limited, but  excellent ability to interactively drill down into declaration details.

NOAA: Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters: Mapping  From 1980-2015, there were 23 drought events, 22 flooding events, 7 freeze events, 75 severe storm events, 34 tropical cyclone events, 13 wildfire events, and 14 winter storm events with losses exceeding $1 billion (CPI-adjusted) each across the United States. Features interactive event frequency mapping tool and dynamic summaries.

Census: OnTheMap for Emergency Management  Provides real-time access to a range of detailed US Census Bureau data about people living and working in areas affected by hurricanes, floods, wildfires, winter storms, and federal disaster declaration areas.