1 written report 1 select project topic select from any topic covered
(1) Written Report:
1. Select project topic: Select from any topic covered in class this semester, and apply it to a local
community, business, public office, region, country, or continent. Topics may be, however, are not limited
to: Hazard Risk Management/Risk Management for the Private Sector/ Business Continuity/Hazard Risk
Management Mitigation Planning/Establishing Partnerships/Risk Mapping Vulnerability Mapping/
Identifying Hazards/Financing Risk Reduction
2. Select a Continent/Region or City for your project, utilizing the "Planning for Community-based Disaster
Resilience Worldwide" Book. You may select: Africa (pg 19- 82)The Americas (pg 83-184);
Asia (pg 185-326); Australia (pg 327-388); Europe (pg 389-456).
3. Each report should include an GIS Mapping component.
4. Written Report formatThe report should include the following: Cover Page-Title, Abstract,
Introduction, Methodology (Mapping information). Results, Discussion, References. The report should be
at most 10 pages (single spaced 12 pt font) + 1 cover page = total of 11 pages.
(2) Oral Presentation:
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