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FEMA Coastal Hazard Analysis Modeling Program (CHAMP)
Entry ID: FEMA_CHAMP


Summary
Abstract: The Coastal Hazard Analysis Modeling Program (CHAMP) is a Windows-interfaced Visual Basic language program that allows the user to enter data, perform coastal engineering analyses, view and tabulate results, and chart summary information for each representative transect along a coastline within a user-friendly graphical interface. With CHAMP, the user can import digital elevation data; perform storm-induced erosion treatments, wave height analyses, and wave runup analyses; plot summary graphics of the results; and create summary tables and reports in a single environment.
Related URL
Description: Download the Coastal Hazard Analysis Modeling Program (CHAMP), Version 2.0.

Description: Coastal Hazard Analysis Modeling Program (CHAMP) user manual.
Service Citation
Edition: 2.0
Service Keywords
HAZARDS MANAGEMENT >HAZARDS MITIGATION Parameter Definition
HAZARDS MANAGEMENT >HAZARDS PLANNING Parameter Definition

Use Constraints Users of previous versions of CHAMP will need to modify their databases by selecting each individual MG Card and reselecting the plant type from the dropdown menu. This action is necessary to change previously entered plant parameter values to zeros, which will enable the WHAFIS program to use program-provided default values.
Service Provider
DHS/FEMA > Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Supplemental Info
Service Organization URL: http://www.fema.gov/

Service Provider Personnel
Name: FEMA
Phone: 202-646-4600
Email: eipa at fema.gov
Contact Address:
500 C Street, SW
City: Washington
Province or State: D.C.
Postal Code: 20472
Country: United States
Personnel
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Phone: 202-646-4600
Email: eipa at fema.gov
Contact Address:
500 C Street, SW
City: Washington
Province or State: D.C.
Postal Code: 20472
Country: United States
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Creation and Review Dates
SERF Creation Date: 2007-08-27
SERF Last Revision Date: 2018-07-25


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