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Government Agencies

Below are some useful and informative websites:

1. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) http://www.noaa.gov

The NOAA is a Federal Agency within the United States Department of Commerce. Their mission is “To understand and predict changes in the Earth’s environment and conserve and manage coastal and marine resources to meet our nation’s economic, social and environmental needs”. This is a great website to visit throughout the year to obtain information pertaining to our national and global weather systems. It is scientifically informative and contains current data with a focus on our oceans and the atmosphere. Some of the information you can find on their STORM WATCH website
http://www.noaawatch.gov includes satellite imagery, Doppler radar, current watches and warnings, weather maps, short, medium, and long range forecasting, a climate prediction center, and probability forecasts. You can obtain your local weather report and forecast by going to another of NOAA’s websites http://www.weather.gov/

2. Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) http://www.fema.gov

Fema is a Federal Agency within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. After a natural disaster, the President will often sign a major disaster declaration, which will then allow FEMA to offer a number of different services and special programs to residents in the designated disaster area.

3. American Red Cross http://www.redcross.org/.

Although not a governmental agency, the Red Cross “responds immediately to more than 70,000 disasters, including house or apartment fires (the majority of disaster responses), hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, hazardous materials spills, transportation accidents, explosions, and other natural and man-made disasters.”

“Red Cross disaster relief focuses on meeting people's immediate emergency disaster-caused needs. When a disaster threatens or strikes, the Red Cross provides shelter, food, and health and mental health services to address basic human needs. In addition to these services, the core of Red Cross disaster relief is the assistance given to individuals and families affected by disaster to enable them to resume their normal daily activities independently.”

“The Red Cross also feeds emergency workers, handles inquiries from concerned family members outside the disaster area, provides blood and blood products to disaster victims, and helps those affected by disaster to access other available resources.”

4. The Humane Society of The United States Humane Society

The Humane Society’s mission is to “promote the protection of all animals”. They provide useful information for caring for your pets, horses, or livestock during an emergency. Their Disaster Preparedness Brochures can be downloaded or printed.

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