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  • Hurricane and Cyclone Web Map
  • US Gulf and East Coast Category 4 Storm Surge Inundation (SLOSH Maximum of MEOWs)
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    Census 2000 TIGER/line, Coastlines, Disaster Relief, Emergency Facilities, Emergency Transportation, Evacuation Of Civilians, Express Highways, Hurricane Evacuation Routes, Hurricane Inundation Areas, Hurricane Protection, Hurricanes, Hurricane Storm Surge Inundation Areas, Hurricane Storm Surges, Inland Wind Decay, Lakes, Roads, Sea, Lake And Overland Surges From Hurricanes (SLOSH), Seas, Slow Hurricanes, State Maintained Road System, Transportation

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    TitleDateCollectionExtentScaleSorted in Ascending OrderMD
    North Carolina Hurricane Evacuation Routes
    Legacy
    2007 NC OneMap - 3/25/2008North Carolina varies - see metadata Metadata Link
    CGIA: Hurricane storm surge fast
    Legacy
    2004 BasinPro 8North Carolina 1:24,000 Metadata Link
    CGIA: Hurricane storm surge slow
    Legacy
    2004 BasinPro 8North Carolina 1:24,000 Metadata Link
    Hurricane Evacuation Routes
    Legacy
    2004 NC OneMap - 3/12/2007North Carolina 1:24000 Metadata Link
    HAZUS: SLOSH Basin Maps (Hurricane Storm Surge Maps)
    Legacy
    1999 HAZUSUnited States 1:24,000  
    HAZUS: Inland Wind Decay Model Maps (Hurricane Maps)
    Legacy
    1999 HAZUSUnited States 1:24,000  
    CGIA: Hurricane Storm Surge Inundation Areas: 1993, Slow Model
    Legacy
    1999 CGIASub-North Carolina 1:24,000 Metadata Link
    CGIA: Hurricane Storm Surge Inundation Areas: 1993, Fast Model
    Legacy
    1999 CGIASub-North Carolina 1:24,000 Metadata Link
    CGIA: Hurricane Evacuation Routes
    Legacy
    2000 CGIANorth Carolina  Metadata Link
    CGIA: Hurricane Storm Surge Inundation Areas: 1987
    Legacy
    1987 CGIASub-North Carolina 1:100,000 Metadata Link