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Effects of a Category 4/5 storm on repetitive loss structures Repetitive loss structures located in Punta Gorda can expect $143,957 in building losses and$232,138 in total losses under the minimum surge scenario from a Category 5 storm event. Under the maximum surge scenario, $201,348 in building losses and $352,359 in total losses can be expected (Table 43 and Figure 68). POTENTIAL COASTAL STORM SURGE LOSSES FOR REPETITIVE LOSS STRUCTURES IN PUNTA GORDA FROM A CATEGORY 4/5 STORM EVENT Building Loss Contents Loss Functional Use Loss Total Loss Minimum $143,957 $108,180 $0 $252,138 Maximum $201,348 $151,011 $0 $352,359 Table 43: Potential Coastal Storm Surge Losses for Repetitive Loss Structures in Punta Gorda from a Category 4/5 Storm 2005 Source: Charlotte County Property Appraiser Data Analysis by Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council Figure 68: Potential Storm Surge Losses from a Category 4/5 Storm 2005 Source: Charlotte County/City of Punta Gorda Local Mitigation Strategy Adaptation Plan Page 172

Effects of a Category 4 or 5 storm event on critical facilities A Category 4 or 5 storm event has the potential to create a total building loss ranging from $40.6 to $48.3 million and a total loss of $106.9 to $126.5 million dollars. Figure 69: Potential Storm Surge Losses for Critical Facilities in Punta Gorda from a Category 5 Storm 2005 Source: Charlotte County/City of Punta Gorda Local Mitigation Strategy Adaptation Plan Page 173

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    City of Punta Gorda Adaptation Plan

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    Charlotte Harbor National Estuary P

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    Acknowledgements This project has b

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    Algal blooms ......................

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    Source: FDEP 2009..................

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    Table 32: Potential Coastal Storm S

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    ADAPTATION: Explicitly indicate in

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    Summary Conclusion ................

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    8. Availability of Insurance. The C

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    City of Punta Gorda Comprehensive P

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    The Current Climate of Southwest Fl

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    type of rainfall event that causes

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    Figure 2: The City of Punta Gorda i

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    Figure 3: USGS TOPO Map of the City

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    Figure 5: Existing Land Use of the

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    Figure 6:- The City of Punta Gorda

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    The asset inventory is a way to ass

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    CHNEP/SWFRPC team was to take the l

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    Each participant had to pick and di

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    Figure 7: The Adaptation Game board

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    would ―park‖ the label in the c

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    Description of Specific Implementat

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    2. Increasing the flexibility of vu

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    Prioritized Vulnerabilities and Ada

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    Increases in global surface tempera

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    Climate-related changes in freshwat

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    marsh may be overgrown by other spe

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    Figure 12: Wetlands and Uplands of

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    Changes to phenology of anadromous

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    Air temperature increases will affe

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    Changes in freshwater releases from

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    own pelican populations were reduce

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    irds with water depth niche partiti

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    protection and preservation activit

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    The Rapid Stabilization Case (of gr

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    Probability (%) 2025 2050 2075 2100

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    Figure 15: Sea level rise in three

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    The elevations analyzed (0.5, 1.0,

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    Figure 18: Acres of habitat or land

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    Figure 19: Acres of freshwater wetl

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    Habitat and Species Changes The Sea

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    Habitat Initial Condition Percent o

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    Figure 22: SLAMM Predictions of Hab

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    Figure 23: Habitat Structure 2000 S

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    weeds threaten to crowd out native

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    Table 7: Adaptations to Address Fis

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    Habitat protection/rete ntion Regul

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    Property, Shell Creek, Integrated H

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    Establish living shorelines Restore

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    Preserve, Charlotte Harbor and Myak

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    Do nothing Stop unchecked commercia

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    Figure 25: Seagrass coverage map fr

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    Figure 26: Baseline seagrass covera

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    Persistence maps were also created

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    Figure 30: Seagrass persistence in

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    Having determined the extent of the

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    Upon approval by the Management and

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    1993 Acres Gains/Losses (Acres) Gai

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    County;• Pansy Bayou, No Entry Zo

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    Vulnerability 2: Inadequate Water S

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    One way for decision makers to more

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    example, if a community establishes

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    Table 56: Adaptations to Address Un

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    Growth Use coastal management in la

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    planning Elevate land surfaces Esta

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    Table 57: Adaptations to Address Un

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    . The Land Development Regulations

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    intrusion economy conservation land

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    Proper consideration of hazardous m

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    Create regional sediment management

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    Control runoff through improved lan

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    PROVIDING RECOMMENDED EXEMPTIONS; P

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    approval. Non-compliant jurisdictio

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    Incorporating critical facilities i

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    State-Wide Approach for Identifying

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    No Shore Protection (light green) P

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    Table 62: Adaptations to address Ed

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    political schedules Change to energ

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    Use pure science/proven information

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    Provide rebates for installation of

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    Solve insurance problem to encourag

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    Obtain state/federal grants/loans N

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    Consider temperature when choosing

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    Implement land exchange programs Su

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    Additional insulation in buildings

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    All measures to reduce local GHG em

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    Redefine flood hazard zones Educati

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    ADAPTATION: Promote green building

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    these gases. When old units are bei

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    difficult to determine the amount o

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    does not take into account the mill

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    scientific disciplines, and should

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    effects of sea level rise on coasta

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    During these months, grass, leaves,

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    Limit development Fire Water Qualit

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    ADAPTATION: Drought preparedness pl

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    Vulnerability 10: Availability/Cost

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    of Punta Gorda. The weak tornado do

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    Figure 87: Number of Tornado Events

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    According to NOAA (2007), 60 signif

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    hurricanes. This high risk designat

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    Climate change may have a beneficia

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    Synergistic Risks Many other stress

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    $250,000 limit to NFIP, so either a

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    3) to restore oyster reefs, and 4)

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    design, building standards and land

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    Phase 1 (Monaco to Aqui Esta); Mult

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    explicit statements of how the indi

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    impeded implementation. More import

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    Adaptation Proximal Monitoring Phys

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    Explicitly indicating in the compre

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    Boyd, P.W., and S.C. Doney. 2002. M

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    Fields, P.A., J.B. Graham, R.H. Ros

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    Intergovernmental Panel on Climate

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    Ogden, J.C. 1978b. Roseate spoonbil

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    Sallenger, A.H., C.W. Wright, and J

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    Comprehensive Southwest Florida/ Ch

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    Wilson, C. 1997. Hurricane Andrew

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    Please attend . . . Tuesday, June 2

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    More wind 2 Change in summer rain p

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    20) Please let us know of any other

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    Increase research & formulate actio

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    Replace shoreline armoring with liv

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    Strengthen rules that prevent the i

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    Use native plants in landscaping Re

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    Use LED standards in building Use f

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    Use pure science/proven information

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    Reduce impervious surface allowed C

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    Channel water from impervious to pe

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    Appendix IV. City of Punta Gorda Cr

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    Clinic Clinic Clinic 100 Madrid Blv

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    Hazardous Sites Hazardous Sites Haz

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    Sewer Lift Or Treatment Sewer Lift

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    Appendix V. Presentations Presentat

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    Slide 9 Slide 12 Director: Lisa B.

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    Slide 7 Slide 10 North Captiva Isla

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    Slide 19 Slide 22 Objective 2.4.2:

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    Slide 31 Slide 34 Slide 32 Slide 35

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    Agricultural water reuse Allocate a

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    consider climate change in water su

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    Develop heat-health action plans Hu

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    Growth management and land use plan

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    incorporate sea level rise into pla

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    maintain shorelines w/soft measures

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    Plan vertical accretion of wetlands

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    purchase upland development rights

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    Research possible asthma increase d

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    Values might change as to what cons

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    Adaptation Plan Page 399

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    Adaptation Plan Page 401

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    Adaptation Plan Page 403

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    Adaptation Plan Page 405

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    Adaptation Plan Page 407

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    Appendix VIII. September 3, 2009 Pu

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