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CatNet ® Identifying the State’s Exposures Presented by: Erika Gutierrez, SORM
“Risk is like fire: If controlled it will help you; if uncontrolled it will rise up and destroy you.” - Theodore Roosevelt
What You Will Learn… How to Interpret CatNet ® Data How to Utilize CatNet ® Data for: COOP Insurance Risk Management
CatNet ® Features Spreadsheet Report Map with Legend Summarized Report – NEW! (Risk Assessment Report)
Spreadsheet Report IDNameValueLatitudeLongitude EQ 475y MMI EQ PGA m/s2 Flood Return Period Hail days/yr Hazard Zone Code Hazard Zone Schema Tornado's /year Wind Peak gust 50y m/s 2 William P. Clements V0.2 > 500 Year6XFEMA0.2525
Interpreting Data Data Sources
Tornado Data Sources Cont’d
Tornado Risk – Dallas/Ft. Worth
Flood Risk - Austin
Flood Risk – Austin Cont’d
Hailstorm Risk - Lubbock
Hurricane Risk - Houston
Risk Assessment Report
Thank You Contact Information: Erika Gutierrez (512)
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