Coastal Flood Risk Analytics, Maps and Tools
Sea level rise and coastal area flooding are growing threats worldwide. We can help you:
- Assess: What is the threat to my existing portfolio, assets, or infrastructure?
- Plan: Where should I buy, sell, build or move?
- Protect: What do I need to protect, by how much, and when?
With U.S. and global coverage, we offer big data analytics, digital maps & tools, tailored services, and consulting for governments, NGOs, businesses, consultants and investors.
Meeting your specific needs
- We work with you on selecting the right geographic area, time period, flood definition, and risk tolerance for your needs under different climate and sea level scenarios.
- We can handle multiple combinations for multiple needs, from tracking low-value sites that can accommodate regular flooding, to protecting critical facility types that can’t afford a single event across 50 years.
Maps for planning and action
- We can build maps showing coastal areas that fail standard flood risk tolerance criteria, or criteria you specify.
- We can build maps showing how high structures must be raised, or defenses built, to meet those criteria.
- We can deliver maps in almost any format you want, from standard file types to map services to customized interactive tools for exploring numerous options and scenarios.
Analysis for portfolio assessment
- If you are a firm with any investments or assets in coastal areas, we can quantify vulnerability at each of your sites, and assess which ones meet or fail risk criteria.
- If you are a government agency at any level, we can help you assess your infrastructure or housing stock the same way.
- If you are a consultant, we will help you help your clients.
- We can also go beyond site-exclusive assessments to factor in neighborhood and community risk surrounding each site location.
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