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2019 Resilient Florida Workshop Agenda - Day 1 Publication
2019 Resilient Florida Workshop Agenda - Day 2 Publication
Adaptation_Planning_Guidebook Publication
Changes Between First Draft and Second Draft of Draft Rule 62S-7 Publication
Colin Polsky - Florida Atlantic University - Florida Center for Environmental Studies Publication
Community Resilience Initiative Documents General Content
CRI Development in Apalachicola’s Commercial Historic District: Special Flood Hazard Areas Publication
CRI_Economic_Development_and_Adaptation_Planning_Powerpoint Publication
CRI_Florida_Community_Resiliency_Initiative_Pilot_Project:_Escambia_County,_with_Appendix;_May_ 2017 Publication
CRI_Florida_Pilot_Project:_Clearwater,_with_Appendix;_May_2017 Publication
CRI_Vulnerability_Analysis:_City_of_Apalachicola_Aug_2017 Publication
David Zierden-Climate and Weather Threats in Florida Publication
Florida Resilient Coastlines Program General Content
Forum Notes - Feb 12, 2020 Publication
Forum Notes - February 13, 2019 Publication
Forum Notes - Nov 15, 2018 Publication
Forum Notes - November 15, 2018 Publication
Post-Disaster_Redevelopment_Planning_Guidebook_Addendum_June_15_2018 Publication
Proposed Rule Development Draft: 62S-7, Sea Level Impact Projection (SLIP) Studies for State-Financed Coastal Construction Publication
Proposed Rule Development Updated Draft: 62S-7, Sea Level Impact Projection (SLIP) Studies for State-Financed Coastal Construction Publication
Proposed Rule Notice Version: 62S-7, Sea Level Impact Projection (SLIP) Studies for State-Financed Coastal Construction Publication
Quarterly Resilience Forum General Content
Renee Collini-Understanding Risk: AKA The First Step to Reducing Vulnerability Publication
Resilience and Coastal Protection Project Funding Sources General Content
Resilience and Coastal Protection Rules in Development General Content

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