What does it mean to live behind a levee? How much protection does a levee really provide? This booklet helps you act now to better protect yourself against future flood threats.
CDRM 2 examines the engineering balance between potential losses from natural disasters and financial commitments to infrastructure protection.
CDRM 3 contains a collection of papers presented at a 2006 symposium on the natural and technological hazards occurring in the central United States, specifically in Missouri, Illinois, and Tennessee.
MOP 114 presents a new method developed to improve the design of structural steel for fire conditions.
TCLEE Monograph 30 summarizes the observations of damage to lifeline infrastructure systems caused by the Sumatra-Andaman Island earthquake of December 26, 2004.
This report assesses the impact of Hurricane Katrina upon coastal, port, harbor, and marine infrastructure, including levees, in the states of Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi.
This report focuses on the direct physical causes and contributing
factors to the failures of the hurricane protection system during and
after Hurricane Katrina.