Presidential Disaster Declarations in the United States
Other Maps Showing Current Risks or Potential Risks in the United States and Around the Globe
The USGS Natural Hazards Support System - enables users to monitor and analyze natural hazards events as they are occurring using a web-based, integrated geospatial viewer that layers near real-time data from stream gauges, wind stations, seismic equipment, and more.
The USGS Earthquake Hazards Program - shows earthquakes which have been located by the USGS and contributing agencies within the past 7 days around the world with details about the location, magnitude and type of earthquake.
NASA Earth Observatory Natural Hazards Data - shows up-to-date analysis of natural hazards currently visible from space anywhere in the world, using detailed descriptions of satellite imagery and a seamless web-based navigation system.
Humanitarian Early Warning Service - A Global Multi-Hazard Watch Service to Support Humanitarian Preparedness
U.S Drought Monitor - National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska in cooperation with NOAA, USGS and the USDA, shows current drought conditions and near-term forecasts.
National Weather Service West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports the most recent tsunami events and warnings in the Pacific and the Americas on this map.
Munich Re Natural Catastrophes 2012 - A map showing the worldwide distribution of natural disasters in 2012
Posted June 2000; Last revised June 2015
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