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Resiliency Analysis Publication
Resilient Florida: Planning, Policy and Practice General Content
Resilient Florida: Planning, Policy and Practice Workshop General Content
Resilient Marathon Publication
Resilient Planning for the Future of the City of Rockledge Publication
Resilient Shoreline Softening on Sarasota Bay (1000/1001) Boulevard of the Arts Publication
Resilient Stormwater Infrastructure Assessment Publication
Resilient Titusville 2020 Publication
Resilient Titusville 2020 Publication
Savanna Barry-Cedar Key Shoreline Management Master Plan Publication
Sea Level Rise Case Study for Evacuation Routes in Martin and St. Lucie Counties Publication
Sea Level Rise in Charlotte Harbor: Vulnerability Assessment; July 15, 2016 Publication
Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment Tools and Resources: A Guidance Resource for Florida’s Local Governments; June 2015 Publication
Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment Tools and Resources: A Guide for Florida’s Local Governments; June 2015 (extended) Publication
Sekita Grant-Social Resilience and Climate Change in Florida Publication
Sergio Alvarez - University of Central Florida Coastal Resilience Publication
Sergio Alvarez - University of Central Florida Coastal Resilience Publication
Statewide Vulnerability Assessment: First Report to Focus Group Publication
Statewide Vulnerability Assessment: Second Report to Focus Group: November 30, 2014 Publication
Stephen Boehning - FEMA Community Rating System Program Activity Credit for Sea Level Rise Projections Publication
Tampa Bay -- Evacuation Zone Creation Tool for GIS Publication
The Business Case for Resilience in Southeast Florida Publication
The Business Case for Resilience in Southeast Florida (Broward County) Publication
Vulnerability Analysis: City of Apalachicola Publication
Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan (VAAP) Publication

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