Resiliency Tools

The tools provided below allow natural hazards such as sea level rise and flooding to be visualized in map form. The tools below were developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council and the University of Florida GeoPlan Center.

NOAA Digital Coast

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Tampa Bay Surge Viewer Tool

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Sea Level Scenario Sketch Planning Tool (UF GeoPlan Ctr.)

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Surging Seas Risk Finder (Climate Central)

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*** Resiliency Poster Template (ECFRPC)

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1000 Friends of Florida - Climate & Sea Level Rise Website

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Adaptation Action Area Guidebook (DEO/SFRPC)

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Adaptation Clearinghouse (Georgetown Climate Ctr.)

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Coastal Resilience Program (Nature Conservancy)

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C.R.S Green Guide for Community Resilience

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EDA: Disaster Recovery Overview & Programs

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Flooding Links (County Information)

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FHWA Office of Planning, Environment & Realty

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FEMA: Hazard Mitigation Planning Resources

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FEMA: Integrating Mitigation into Local Planning

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Florida Homeowner's Handbook (Disaster Planning)

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Florida DEO: Adaptation Planning Website

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Florida DEO: Adaptation Action Area Guide Book

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Florida DEP: Adaptation Planning Guidebook

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Florida Tech Climate Adaptation Library

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Florida Sea Grant Policy Tools Website

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Florida Sea Grant Coastal Planning Website

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Georgetown Climate Center

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Guidance: Disaster Mitigation of Historic Properties

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Naturally Resilient Communities

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NASA Earth Exchange

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Southeast Florida Regional Compact: Action Plan

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Southeast and Caribbean Climate Community of Practice

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Resiliency Resources

There are numerous resources and tools available for assessing impacts and solutions to changing climate and coastal mechanisms.  Below are just some of the resources identified from the state and national levels:

Informative Case Studies

The case studies below were collected from the best examples of resiliency work across the nation. 

Delaware Natural Resources & Environmental Control

Publication Title: "Preparing for Tomorrow's High Tide: Recommendations for Adapting to Sea Level Rise in Delaware"

 

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Federal Highway Administration Publications

Multiple publications are included at this link. These publications cover engineering, planning, operations and asset management. 

 

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Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium

Publication Title: "A Community Self-Assessment: Understanding How Prepared Your Community is for a Disaster"

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NOAA Technical Research

Publication Title: "Sea Level Rise and Nuisance Flood Frequency Changes around the United States"

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NOAA Technical Research

Publication Title: "Patterns and Projections of High Tide Flooding Along the U.S. Coastline Using a Common Impact Threshold"

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University of Florida Law School

Publication Title: "Protecting Florida's History"

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University of Florida, National Estuarine Research

Publication Title: "Planning For Sea Level Rise in Matanzas Basin: Opportunities for Adaptation"

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