EQECAT's post-event reports provide expert analysis of significant natural catastrophic events, including catastrophe modeling analysis and economic and insured loss estimates.
This report presents the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System (HSDRRS) which was implemented following the catastrophic levee failure caused by Hurricane Katrina. This report also includes details regarding the work done by the Army Corps of Engineers and the report of the tour of the system that was organized by the Louisiana Department of Insurance on March 27, 2012, which was attended by ABS/EQECAT.
The catastrophe report is EQECAT's preliminary recap of the Japan disaster and its impact addresses the earthquake, ground motions, tsunami, nuclear power, fires, ground shaking damage, modeling of the earthquake, and economic loss estimates.
The post-event report addresses more impacts from the Miyagi event and is a printable summary of the Japan earthquake / tsunami CatWatch report of March 12, 2011.
The state of Queensland, Australia experienced a weather pattern that included large scale flooding and catastrophe for the region. This report outlines rainfall amounts, flooding, and economic loss estimates generated by EQECAT.
This report offers a perspective on how the Haiti and Chilean disasters of 2010 will impact catastrophe modeling; how the US and Japan might have handled similar earthquakes and critical steps needed for earthquake loss reduction.
The severe storms that began the week of May 16, 2010 resulted in severe flooding in central Europe, affecting Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary. This is a preliminary report prepared by EQECAT describing the damage in the affected regions, including anticipated losses, meteorology and hydrological aspects of flooding.