Federal flood mapping guidelines series.: M113-3E-PDF

"The Federal Flood Mapping Guidelines Series has been developed under the leadership of the Flood Mapping Committee, a partnership between Public Safety Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, National Research Council of Canada, Defence Research and Development Canada, Infrastructure Canada, Department of National Defence, and Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada. ... The following documents are intended to inform any individual or organization involved with flood management in Canada: 1. Federal Flood Mapping Framework 2. Flood Hazard Identification and Priority Setting 3. Federal Hydrologic and Hydraulic Procedures for Flood Hazard Delineation 4. Federal Airborne LiDAR Data Acquisition Guideline 5. Case Studies on Climate Change in Floodplain Mapping 6. Federal Geomatics Guidelines for Flood Mapping 7. Flood Risk Assessment 8. Risk-based Land-use Guide: Safe use of land based on hazard risk assessment 9. Bibliography of Best Practices and References for Flood Mitigation."-- Federal flood mapping framework, Version 2.0, pages 1-3.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Natural Resources Canada.
Canada. Public Safety Canada.
Title Federal flood mapping guidelines series.
Publication type Series - Browse issue records
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Continues Federal floodplain mapping guidelines series
Format Electronic
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Série « Guides d'orientation fédéraux sur la cartographie des zones inondables »
Issued by Natural Resources Canada and Public Safety Canada.
Continues: Federal floodplain mapping guidelines series.
Publishing information [Ottawa] : Government of Canada = Gouvernement du Canada, 2018-
Chronology 2018-
Description 1 online resource (volumes)
Catalogue number
  • M113-3E-PDF
Subject terms Floods
Geographic data
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