NJ Future Sandy One Year Later Planning Auermuller Oct 29 2013

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The importance of including predictions into the future of sea-level rise and other hazards as long-term plans are made in a post-Sandy world. Part of the Sandy One Year Later conference Oct. 29, 2013, at Monmouth University, co-presented by the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Recovery Fund as well as New Jersey Future and Monmouth University.

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NJ Future Sandy One Year Later Planning Auermuller Oct 29 2013

  1. 1. Resilience.
  2. 2. Photo credit: N. Psuty
  3. 3. FEMA’s Best Available Data
  4. 4. www.NJFloodMapper.org
  5. 5. Critical Facilities and Sea level Rise
  6. 6. On the Ground Impacts
  7. 7. On the Ground Impacts
  8. 8. FEMA Preliminary Maps
  9. 9. FEMA Preliminary Maps and Sandy
  10. 10. Marsh Migration
  11. 11. Plan for the Future www.PrepareYourCommunity.org
  12. 12. www.PrepareYourCommunity.org
  13. 13. Municipal Plans Master Plan All-Hazards Mitigation Plan Floodplain Management Plan Evacuation Plan Emergency Response Plan Continuity of Operations Plan Distaste Recovery Plan Open Space Plan Stormwater Management Plan Municipal Members Land use Planners Hazard Mitigation Planners Floodplain Managers Emergency Managers Stormwater Managers Natural Resource Managers Municipal Engineers Town Administrators Clerks
  14. 14. Risk and Vulnerability Assessments Public Engagement Planning Integration Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Hazard Mitigation Implementation
  15. 15. Resilience 2.0

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