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Baseline Resilience Indicators for Communities (BRIC) provides you information on the specific drivers of resilience for your county and enables comparisons between individual counties.

The Environmental Vulnerability Index (EVI) assesses the vulnerability of the environment itself to both human and natural hazards and provides a snapshot of ecosystem conditions at the county level.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has goals to address the increasing range and complexity of disasters, support the diversity of communities we serve, and complement the nation’s growing expectations of the emergency management community.

National Academy of Sciences Gulf Research Program is dedicated to enhancing offshore energy safety, environmental protection, and human health and community resilience.

SHELDUS™ is a county-level hazard data set for the U.S. and covers natural hazards such as thunderstorms, hurricanes, floods, wildfires, and tornados as well as perils such as flash floods, heavy rainfall, etc.

The Social Vulnerability Index (SoVI®) measures the social vulnerability of places (counties/tracts) to environmental hazards. It shows where there is uneven capacity for preparedness and response and where resources might be used most effectively to reduce the pre-existing vulnerability.

ATTOM® is an analytics and AI-ready property data source for enterprise business applications.

More information about ATTOM can be found at https://www.attomdata.com/. The results and opinions expressed on HazardAware are those of the HazardAware author(s) and do not reflect the position of the ATTOM® Group.
Last Updated: Thursday, April 25, 2024