Friday, June 23, 2017

The Geography of Disaster Risk and Resiliency in America

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The Geography of Disaster Risk and Resiliency in America

In this eBook Route Fifty features a handful of stories and dispatches from recent trips to Alaska, Oregon and Washington state, featuring locations that provide snapshots of the very real dangers and disruptions that emergency planners, first responders, public officials and other stakeholders face, plus the strategies and technologies helping our communities be more resilient.

What's Inside This New Route Fifty eBook


Portage, Alaska: A Town That Sank and (Mostly) Disappeared

Oso, Washington: How a Deadly Landslide Improved Access to Better Mapping in Washington State

Bend, Oregon: The Very Real Dangers of Building in the Wildland-Urban Interface

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