EDM briefing for March 15, 2021: This past weekend produced tornadoes, earthquakes, a potential volcanic eruption and a blizzard.
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EDM briefing for March 12, 2021: New POINTER technology may save the lives of first responders injured or lost during an incident response.
The unprecedented nature of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall in 2005 is compared to the ongoing devastating coronavirus pandemic.
Many tornadoes and floods occur in the spring. Some of them are even bad enough to rise to a level of a disaster for a community.
In emergency management, we often analyze the cost benefit of public safety activities in a community.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, we are learning more and more about resource management on a national and global scale.
The February weather events in Texas showed us that nearly the impossible can occur if you wait long enough. Most people would not have predicted a snowstorm in southern Texas, but it did happen.