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floodwalls a. are compacted earthen structures. b. satisfy the NFIP requirement for bringing substantially damaged or improved structures into compliance. c. are engineered barriers typically constructed of reinforced concrete or masonry. d. require considerable land area.
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User: floodwalls a. are compacted earthen structures. b. satisfy the NFIP requirement for bringing substantially damaged or improved structures into compliance. c. are engineered barriers typically constructed of reinforced concrete or masonry. d. require considerable land area.

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User: one of the goals of the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 is to guide future development away from flood hazard areas. Additional goals of this Act include a. requiring that new and substantially improved building be constructed to resist flood damage. b. transferring some of the financial burden of flood losses from flood victims to other taxpayers through luxury taxes. c. transferring some of the costs of flood losses from taxpayers to floodplain property owners. d. a & c

Weegy: Additional goals of this Act included. a & c.
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