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Case Studies

Kinetic Analysis' advanced numerical hazard modeling platform and experience enables us to produce detailed, site-specific hazard damage and loss estimates due to extreme weather and earthquake events anywhere in the world. Results of these analyses enable more informed emergency and risk management decisions related to safeguarding people and assets affected by these natural hazards.

The case studies presented here highlight applications of our work to solve difficult, real-world problems.

In 2016, Hurricanes Hermine and Matthew posed particular forecasting and decisionmaking challenges for the meteorological and emergency management communities in the US. Of chief concern was the forecast guidance for the storm as it threatened populated areas and and implications of those forecasts... Read More >>
Prompted by the devastating impact of Hurricane Ivan in 2004, the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) was established as a regional catastrophe fund that gives participating Caribbean governments the unique opportunity to purchase natural hazard catastrophe coverage with lowest-... Read More >>
Guyana suffers from occasional severe flooding events, particularly affecting the population and economic activity in and around Georgetown, the capital. With financing support from the Inter-American Development Bank, the Government of Guyana is working to understand and manage this flood risk.... Read More >>
Prompted by the devastating impact of Hurricane Ivan in 2004, the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) was established as a regional catastrophe fund that gives participating Caribbean governments the unique opportunity to purchase natural hazard catastrophe coverage with lowest-... Read More >>