Complete a hazard profile for On Jacksonville florida hurricans and discuss mitigation plans in effect. A hazard profile includes: The location or geographical areas that would be affected. The hazard extent (magnitude or severity). For hazards not geographically determined, like tornadoes, recorded intensities of previous events are used. The probability, likelihood, or frequency of the event occurring. Any past occurrences of the hazard events in or near the community. What is the potential ripple or cascading effect of this event? For example, an earthquake can lead to a breakdown in infrastructure, which can lead to contamination of food and water supplies, which can lead to the spread of disease and the decay of local economic structure.