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Name MIT-001 Using Geospatial Technologies to Describe and Measure Risks and Vulnerabilities from Florida Hurricanes : ( MIT-001)
Description Models that leverage the powerful tools in Geographic Information Systems are increasingly being used to characterize the economic and social impacts of hazards such as hurricanes. While these models offer significant potential for mitigating these risks, they can also produce inaccurate results if the hazard, exposure and other inputs upon which they are based are inappropriate for the use to which they are applied. This course, the first of a series of three, will explore the inputs that are required to describe the extent and severity of wind and flood hazards produced by Florida hurricanes. Topics to be addressed in this course include risk modeling fundamentals and how GIS can help, describing the hazard, describing who and what are at risk, and describing the impacts of wind and flood hazards produced by Florida hurricanes.
Target Audience Florida Floodplain Managers, Emergency Management Professionals, and GIS Professionals
Additional Information In order to access the building you will need a photo id. For chis course you will need bring your laptop computer or tablet
Location Florida Division of Emergency Management
Address 2555 Shumard Oak Blvd Kelley Training Cent
Tallahassee 32399-2100
Region 2

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Date Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020 - Thursday, Feb 13, 2020
Point of Contact Jason Ray
(850) 815-4730
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Glen HammersLeon Division of Emergency Management
Michael SpagnoloLeon Division of Emergency Management
Cameron YoungLeon Division of Emergency Management
William SchmahlMarion Marion County IT GIS
Ronnie BlancoLeon Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Matthew AlbrittonAlachuaDepartment of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Amy PetersonLeon FEMA
Seth BassettLeon Other-Leon
Morgan RunionLeon Other-Leon
Keith McCarronLeon Other-Leon
Melanie JenkinsLeon Other-Leon
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Nancy CosmanBroward Broward Emergency Management Division/ Federal Eme
Sonia McNelisLeon Department of Health
Ken WorleyLeon Other-Leon