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Collection of Federal Emergency Management Agency Flood Insurance Rate Maps from Nevada


An estimated 600 to 800 Federal Emergency Management Agency Flood Insurance Rate Maps filling 2.5 letter width filing cabinet drawers and covering most of the state. Some of these maps are likely out of date. Federal Emergency Management Agency Flood Insurance Rate Maps The NBMG has not cataloged and entered these maps into a database. The indexes used are the paper ones that came with the collection. The database and website noted on the previous page are for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which has most if not all of these maps on-line as PDFs. If it becomes obvious that all of these maps are available on line, this collection will be either put in deep storage or given to another agency. The staff level noted in question [...]

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This collection record was derived from a survey of State Geological Survey organizations conducted under the National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program. Final Harvest from State Inventory on Fri Nov 12 14:46:22 CST 2010

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Type Scheme Key
sourceSystem CSC 1087920
UniqueKey State Inventory P703

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Paper reports (Paper reports,
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Research (Research,
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Hazard Mitigation (Hazard Mitigation,
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Teaching (Teaching,
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usageTrendWe have no accurate count of the annual number of users, but probably 1 person a month may ask to see them. At least some of these maps are on-line at the Federal Emergency Management Agency website, so it is unlikely usage will increase.
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Universities (Universities,
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