homenewscalendarpreparedlinksabout Yolo ARESLogin
List all new links
ARES Procedures
Be Prepared- Earthquake
Be Prepared- Fire
Be Prepared- Flood
Callout Equipment
Disaster Preparedness
Disaster Relief
Emergency Communications
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Information
Emergency Preparedness
First Aid
General Information
Ham Radio
NTS radiograms
Radio Clubs
Weather Information
Yolo County

Learn about our
XML/RSS Feeds.


Newest links

Search for:

Click on a Category to view links for that Category.
Records 61 to 70 of 257

Date Category Description
 12/15/2003 Ham Radio
Ham Radio
Internet Radio Linking Project
Connect to the world by just using the handheld...
 12/15/2003 Disaster Preparedness
Be Prepared- Earthquake
How to prepare for an emergency.
How to prepare for an emergency or disaster from Epicenter.
 12/15/2003 Callout Equipment Emergency Go Bag
KC2IXE, a member of NYC ARES, carries some basic emergency gear with him ALL the time. He uses a 3 plus layer system.

The layers are:
Layer 1 - On my Person
Layer 2 - In my Backpack
Layer 3 - In the car/house, ready to go
 12/15/2003 Callout Equipment What is in Your 'Go' Kit?
A typical "go" kit should sustain a day of continuous operation and be easily supplemented for overnight or weekend trips.

The best kit for you may not fit a "canned" list, but should be based upon your operating mode, experience and local conditions. It is better to have the bare essentials always handy than to leave a bulky pack someplace where you can't get to it. A larger kit bag is more practical if you are almost always in or near your home or car.
 12/15/2003 Yolo County Yolo County ARES Maps of Yolo County
Local Yolo County Maps
 12/16/2003 Ham Radio
Emergency Communications
K3RXK - Why the amateur radio service is essential
Amateur radio operators have proven themselves to be essential responders in weather and other natural emergencies, and disasters of human origin. Hams can go on the air and stay on the air when ordinary public service communications fail.
 12/16/2003 Be Prepared- Fire FEMA: Backgrounder: Wildland Fires
Information on Wildland Fires.
 12/16/2003 Be Prepared- Fire FEMA: Fact Sheet: Wildland Fires
Fact Sheet: Wildland Fires
The threat of wildland fires for people living near wildland areas or using recreational facilities in wilderness areas is real. Advance planning and knowing how to protect buildings in these areas can lessen the devastation of a wildland fire.
 12/16/2003 Be Prepared- Earthquake
Emergency Information
Northern California earthquake ShakeMaps
Real time earthquake shake maps from the U.S. Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program.
 12/16/2003 Emergency Information
Weather Information
CalTrans California Road Conditions
Enter hightway to get road conditions.
When traveling in California and the Reno, Lake Tahoe area, you can use a free voice activated 800 service, 1-800-427-ROAD (7623).
First Previous Next Last

Return to YoloARES.org