Flood

Documents for CanHUG 2014-02-19

Documents for the CanHUG 2014-02-19 meeting - meeting agenda and New Brunswick powerpoint presentation

Hazards taxonomy: 
Flood
Themes taxonomy: 
Hazus
Hazus Canada

CanHUG Meeting 2014-02-19

Come join us on February 19th at 10:30 PST and share your stories and ideas at the next CanHUG meeting.  We will share news and information on using Hazus in Canada. For those of you interested in flood hazards we are very fortunate to have a presentation by CanHUGger Heather McGrath on "Hazus-MH for New Brunswick".

Meeting Documents

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Event details
Date: 
Wednesday, 19 February, 2014 - 10:30 - 11:30

Location

1-877-413-4790 code 3381344#
Canada

Helping each other ramp-up to Hazus Level 2

As you may have gathered from the copious "advice needed" posts from me, I am a new Hazus Canada user on a student practicum.  I'm helping set up Level 2 framework data for the Cowichan Valley Regional District for both Flood and Earthquake models.

Data formatting for CDMS/Hazus is a substantial GIS chore during setup, but since fields are standardized across Hazus users, we should be able to share some workflow shortcuts.

Trouble getting highway segments in

Looking for advice on getting road segment lines in. 

The data is in proper coordinate system (GCS_North_American_1983)

I looked up required field types in the Hazus data dictionary (Appendix F.6.3.10) and formatted all my data exactly as required (though number of lanes still complains about too many characters even though the field is a short integer with 2 significant digits)

all fields are populated with proper values and no <NULL>'s left

CDMS crashing when trying to import from MGB?

I am trying to import police facility point data, and schools data, and both do not seem very happy when importing.  I get to the field matching stage, match fields, go through assigning the default values, and at that stage I get an error, though it seems an error in CDMS reporting, though it may be reflecting errors on the importing.

"The definition of the report 'C:\Program files..........\ValidationErrors.rdlc' is invalid.  An unexpected error occurred in Report Processing" ...and a mess of public key token coding and whatnot after that.

CanHUG Meeting 2014-01-15

Come join us on January 15 at 10:30 PST and share your stories and ideas at the next CanHUG meeting.  We will share news and information on using Hazus in Canada. For those of you interested in flood hazards we are very fortunate to have a presentation by CanHUGger Suzanne Houlind on "Developing new flooding technology for the province of Manitoba".

Presenter Bio:

Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Earthquake
Flood
Themes taxonomy: 
Capacity Development
Disaster Mitigation
Disaster Resilience
Disaster Risk Reduction
Emergency Management
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Risk Assessment
Resources taxonomy: 
Meeting Agendas & Minutes

CanHUG meeting 2014-01-15

Come join us and share your stories, ideas at the next CanHUG meeting.  For those of you interested in flood hazards we are very fortunate to have a presentation by CanHUGger Suzanne Houlind on "Developing New flooding technology for the Province of
Manitoba"
.

When: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 10:30 AM-11:30 AM. (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Where: 1-877-413-4790 conference code 3381344#

Event details
Date: 
Wednesday, 15 January, 2014 - 10:30 - 11:30

Location

1-877-413-4790 code 3381344#
Canada

CanHUG Meeting 2013-12-18

Come join us and share your stories, ideas at the next CanHUG meeting.  For those of you interested in flood hazards and how to create them, we are very fortunate to have a presentation by one of our CanHUGgers Tamsin Lyle on "Flood Maps for Hazus Why, What and How?"

AGENDA:

Meet and greet
News and views
Presentation: Flood maps for Hazus Why, What and How?  by Tamsin Lyle, Ebbwater consulting
Discussion

Hazards taxonomy: 
Flood
Themes taxonomy: 
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Resources taxonomy: 
Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Squamish Case Study

The municipal case study was undertaken in the community of Squamish to test and validate methods for assessing risks from floods, earthquakes and debris flows.

Hazards taxonomy: 
Earthquake
Flood
Landslide
Themes taxonomy: 
Hazus
Risk Assessment
Resources taxonomy: 
Case Studies
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