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National Risk Index

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No update is expected for this dataset at this time. Please see the dataset's description below for more information

Temporal resolution
Every five years
Latest date with data
Expected update frequency
Every 5 years
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Locations available for download
County, Census Tract
From the National Risk Index Primer: "The National Risk Index (NRI) is a dataset and an application that help identify communities most at risk for natural hazards. The NRI leverages available source data for 18 natural hazards, social vulnerability, and community resilience to develop a baseline relative risk measurement for each United States county and Census tract. The NRI is intended to help users better understand the natural hazard risk of their communities or assigned areas. Intended users include planners and emergency managers at the local, regional, state, and federal levels, as well as other decision makers and interested members of the general public."
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Zuzak, C., E. Goodenough, C. Stanton, M. Mowrer, N. Ranalli, D. Kealey, and J. Rozelle. 2021. National Risk Index Technical Documentation. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, DC.
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This dataset appears on the following pages:

Name Indicator Type Latest Date With Data
Coastal Flooding Risk Count 2022
Coastal Flooding Risk Count 2022
Drought Risk Count 2022
Heat Wave Risk Count 2022
Heat Wave Risk Count 2022
National Risk Index - Rating - Composite Count 2022
National Risk Index - Score - Composite Count 2022
National Risk Index - State Percentile - Composite Index 2022
Riverine Flooding Risk Count 2022
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Data Source
Federal Emergency Management Agency
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