Feb, 2018
Guidance for Flood Risk Analysis and Mapping: Flood Risk Map
United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
From the Overview: "The Flood Risk Map (FRM) provides a geographic overview and representation of flood risks within the project area. The FRM is not a regulatory product and is an optional product to produce for a flood risk project. The FRM is also typically created along with the Flood Risk Report (FRR) and the Flood Risk Database (FRD), although only the FRD is required of these three products."
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    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • Report Number
    Guidance Document 9
  • Date
    Feb, 2018
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency: www.fema.gov/
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  • Series
    FEMA Guidance for Flood Risk Analysis and Mapping

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