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How to use the tool?

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    1) Pick a point on the map for which you want to obtain the related hazard curves
    2) The Hazard Curve Tool will automatically find the nearest data point and display the related hazard curve on a popup window
    3) You can filter hazard curves using the filter menu on the left-hand side of the popup window
    4) You can read the data values by hovering the cursor on the hazard curves
    TSUMAPS-NEAM Interactive Hazard Curve Tool
    PoE: Probability of Exceedence
    MIH: Maximum Inundation Height
    ARP: Avarage Return Period
    Map produced using the percentile of the Epistemic Uncertainty.
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