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Be Prepared- Earthquake
Be Prepared- Fire
Be Prepared- Flood
|MAPIX-M - FEMA Region IX Coordination SIte
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA's) Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration's Hazard Mapping Division maintains and updates the National Flood Insurance Program maps. FEMA is working with local communities and other agencies to tap into their mapping expertise as it applies to flood maps.
This site provides scheduling information, calendars of events, meeting minutes, scoping information, and general project information for various studies in FEMA Region IX. A link to a secure collaborative website is also provided to facilitate communication and coordination between FEMA Region IX and MAPIX-M.
|Disaster Survival Skills for the Urban Environment
- Disaster Survival Skills for the Urban Environment Updated Sept. 2007 (PowerPoint 3.26 Mb)
- The Day After: 24 Hours Following A Nuclear Blast (PDF 1.01 Mb)
- The First Scenario: A Nuclear Attack!
|Los Angeles Fire Department ACS
Auxiliary Communication Service web site
|11/2/2005||ARES/RACES Groups||TCARES HOME PAGE
Tuolumne County Amateur Radio & Electronics Society
|Colo. ARES - Communication Guide
The following is an extract of the Colorado Section ARES ECom training material.
|3/10/2004||ARES/RACES Groups||SF ACS
San Francisco Auxiliary Communications Service web site.
|2/11/2004||ARES/RACES Groups|| New Hampshire ARES
New Hampshire ARES web site
|Oregon Emergency Net
The Oregon Emergency Net meets twice daily on or near 3980 kHz at 1800 local and at 1900 local.
All Amateur Radio operators holding a General or above license are welcome to check in.
|12/26/2003||ARES/RACES Groups||Redlands Emergency Communications Group
Redlands Emergency Communications Group
Be Prepared- Fire
|Hams support firefighting
As wind-driven fires continue to burn in California, Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) and Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) teams have activated to assist local authorities and relief organizations.