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The United Kingdom's National Risk Register - 2023 Edition

Disaster Planning and Emergency Management

This document was first published in 2008 and has been updated (somewhat irregularly) at roughly two-year intervals. Over the years this document has acquired momentum based on a solid commitment to persist with it and create periodic revisions. The UK National Risk Register is allied to a number of other documents.

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Celebrating 20 Years of Land Banks in Michigan

Center for Community Progress

Positive impacts of land banks in Michigan All across the country, land banks have documented positive benefits for the communities they serve. Here are a few examples of how land banks in Michigan have helped neighbors and neighborhoods: The median sale price increased 11.5% and the mortgage rate increased 5.6%

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Accelerating the secure exchange of public health data with AIMS, powered by Ruvos and AWS

AWS Public Sector Blog

Powering fast, secure exchanges of public health data APHL partnered with Ruvos in 2008 to design and build AIMS, a hub-and-spoke model for national public health data exchange.

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Managing Emergencies: The Challenges of the Future

Disaster Planning and Emergency Management

But in 2008 floods stretched from Alnwick in Northumberland to Tewksbury in Somerset, nearly 500 km away. This document is periodically updated and the latest edition came out in 2020. However, it would be wrong to avoid thinking about how to improve our ability to respond to meteorological disasters when they occur.

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Predicting diabetic patient readmission using multi-model training on Amazon SageMaker Pipelines

AWS Public Sector Blog

This solution uses the UCI Diabetes 130-US hospitals for years 1999-2008 dataset , from which we’ll extrapolate data insights with machine learning. We suggest that you read on these services by clicking the linked documentation before proceeding for a more seamless solution deployment experience. Prepare the dataset collection.

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Gaps in Parks Master Planning: Part Nine | Second stage planning for parks using the cultural landscape framework

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

While detailed, they are examples of more simplified planning documents. Items like vegetation and Parley's Creek were not covered thoroughly in the most recent (2008) master plan update process. Plans cover land and water features, facilities, intended uses, and programming. Burgess Park, Southwark, London.

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A Proposed Strategy to Advocate for Improved Civil Protection in the United Kingdom

Disaster Planning and Emergency Management

Hence there is potential for floods that equal or exceed those generated in 2008, storms that may be more disruptive than Arwen was in 2021, heatwaves greater than that of July 2022, and so on. Climate change is increasing the magnitude and frequency of floods, storms, droughts, cold snaps and heatwaves. 1] Domoto, A.,