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    • After a Disaster: Recovery Safety Tips 

      FCS Project Team - FDRM UNIT (2005-09-30)
      There are many hazards after a disaster, including downed power lines, snakes and other animals, gas leaks, unstable buildings, etc. You should know how to use a portable generator safely, how to transport gasoline, and ...
    • After a Disaster: Recovery Safety Tips (Spanish) 

      FCS Project Team - FDRM UNIT (2007-10-08)
      There are many hazards after a disaster, including downed power lines, snakes and other animals, gas leaks, unstable buildings, etc. You should know how to use a portable generator safely, how to transport gasoline, and ...
    • After the Disaster: Considerations for Older Adults 

      Crocker, Andrew (2005-10-07)
      When older adults must evacuate their homes, they may worry about receiving their Social Security payments, receiving Medicare benefits from new health care providers, and replacing medications left behind. This publication ...
    • After the Disaster: Considerations for Older Adults (Spanish) 

      Crocker, Andrew (2007-10-08)
      When older adults must evacuate their homes, they may worry about receiving their Social Security payments, receiving Medicare benefits from new health care providers, and replacing medications left behind. This publication ...
    • Algorithms for Incorporation of Dynamic Recovery in Estimating Frequency of Critical Station Blackout 

      Rodi, Paul J. (2012-07-16)
      This thesis involves exploring enhancement of estimating the probability of a critical station blackout in nuclear power plant operations by the use of direct numerical evaluation of multidimensional nonrecovery integrals. ...
    • Can These Trees Be Saved? 

      Taylor, Eric; Foster, C. Darwin (2005-10-19)
      This publication explains how to determine whether a storm-damaged tree can be saved. If the damage is not severe, most trees will recover in time. Helpful illustrations depict different levels of damage.
    • Can These Trees Be Saved? (Spanish) 

      Taylor, Eric; Foster, C. Darwin (2007-10-08)
      This publication explains how to determine whether a storm-damaged tree can be saved. If the damage is not severe, most trees will recover in time. Helpful illustrations depict different levels of damage.
    • Caring for Important Papers after a Flood 

      FCS Project Team - FDRM UNIT (2005-09-30)
      This publication explains how to dry and clean papers amd books damaged by water.
    • Caring for Important Papers after a Flood (Spanish) 

      FCS Project Team - FDRM UNIT (2007-09-30)
      This publication explains how to dry and clean papers and books damaged by water.
    • Choosing and Using Insect Repellents 

      Schoessow, Courtney (2005-09-20)
      Mosquitoes and other insects can be a problem after a storm. Mosquitoes breed in flooded areas where there is standing water. This publication offers tips on using insect repellents to help protect you from biting insects.
    • Choosing and Using Insect Repellents (Spanish) 

      Schoessow, Courtney (2007-10-08)
      Mosquitoes and other insects can be a problem after a storm. Mosquitoes breed in flooded areas where there is standing water. This publication offers tips on using insect repellents to help protect you from biting insects.
    • Clearing Debris from Land 

      McFarland, Mark L. (2005-09-30)
      After a hurricane or other severe storm, the largest task homeowners and business owners face is often clearing away the debris. These safety tips can help you avoid injury while removing trees and other debris from your property.
    • Clearing Debris from Land (Spanish) 

      McFarland, Mark L. (2007-10-08)
      After a hurricane or other severe storm, the largest task homeowners and business owners face is often clearing away the debris. These safety tips can help you avoid injury while removing trees and other debris from your property.
    • Controlling Blow Flies 

      Tomberlin, Jeffery K. (2005-10-05)
      Blow flies lay their eggs on animal remains and can spread disease. To control blow flies, it is important to remove dead animals and dispose of them properly, and to use effective insecticides when necessary.
    • Controlling Blow Flies (Spanish) 

      Tomberlin, Jeffery K. (2007-10-08)
      Blow flies lay their eggs on animal remains and can spread disease. To control blow flies, it is important to remove dead animals and dispose of them properly, and to use effective insecticides when necessary.
    • Controlling Houseflies 

      Tomberlin, Jeffery K. (2005-10-05)
      Houseflies can be a particular problem after a disaster, because they lay eggs and develop on rotting organic matter. This publication explains how to suppress housefly populations around homes and businesses.
    • Controlling Houseflies (Spanish) 

      Tomberlin, Jeffery K. (2007-10-08)
      Houseflies can be a particular problem after a disaster, because they lay eggs and develop on rotting organic matter. This publication explains how to suppress housefly populations around homes and businesses.
    • Controlling Mold Growth after the Storm 

      Harris, Janie (2005-09-30)
      If your home has been flooded or damaged by rain, it is important to act quickly to prevent mold. This publication explains how to begin the clean-up process by drying surfaces and objects, removing carpet, etc.
    • Controlling Mold Growth after the Storm (Spanish) 

      Harris, Janie (2007-10-08)
      If your home has been flooded or damaged by rain, it is important to act quickly to prevent mold. This publication explains how to begin the clean-up process by drying surfaces and objects, removing carpet, etc.
    • Cooking When the Power Goes Off 

      FCS Project Team - FDRM UNIT (2005-09-30)
      After a storm has knocked out utility services, cooking can be a problem or even hazardous if basic safety measures are not taken. This publication explains how to cook safely using charcoal or gas grills, camp stoves or ...