List all new links
Be Prepared- Earthquake
Be Prepared- Fire
Be Prepared- Flood
|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!
|RACES Resource Library
RACES Resource Library
- Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
- 2-Way Radio Fundamentals - Part 1 (PPT 687K)
- 2-Way Radio Fundamentals - Part 2 (PPT 1.9 MB)
- Portable Radio Fundamentals Part 1 (DOC 61K)
- Portable Radio Fundamentals Part 2 (DOC 78K)
|US Amateur Radio Licensing Practice Test
A new set of practice tests. Another way to practice.
|1/13/2008||Emergency Information||City of Davis Emergency Information
Various links to emergency information that primarily pertains to the City of Davis, but also has some Yolo County information included.
|1/13/2008||Emergency Information||County of Sacramento Emergency Information
Various links to emergency information in and around Sacramento.
|12/18/2007||Be Prepared- Flood||California Data Exchange Center - Current River Conditions
Get up to the minute water levels on rivers and creeks that are monitored by California's Department of Water Resources.
|Washington County Oregon RACES/ARES D-STAR Information Page
Here is a wealth of information on Icom's D-STAR. This site has PDFs, videos, and more.
Link added with permission from: Washington County, OR ARES/RACES Team (http://www.washcoares.org).
|D-STAR ARES video
A new video on the use of D-STAR by the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) is available on YouTube.
D-STAR is the new Amateur Radio digital voice and data mode that has generated much interest in recent months.
KE7FTE, N7QQU and W9ERT show us the 'drag and drop' flexibility of the Icom D-STAR System, offering a reliable exchange of large image files, email, word-processing and other files that emergency responders and served agencies
|11/3/2007||Callout Equipment||Gear Check List
THE EMCOMM COMPREHENSIVE EQUIPMENT AND PERSONAL GEAR CHECKLIST From emcomm.org
|10/26/2007||Be Prepared- Fire
UC Cooperative Extension, with special funding from the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, developed a site that creates awareness of wildfire risks and hazards and offers tips on how to reduce them: Lots of links.