“Stuff happens” Hurricanes, floods, tornados, earthquakes, shooter on campus, hockey riots and more. We live in wildly unpredictable times. When stuff happens near you, having the best information can help you get out of harm’s way. ELERTS allows people on the street to make a difference by sharing what they see during an emergency. By using smartphones with cameras, GPS and mapping, average citizens can become Citizen... more »
FloodWatch allows users to monitor rivers and streams throughout the United States.
By leveraging data from the US Geological Survey and National Weather Service, FloodWatch presents the most recent and historical river heights, precipitation totals, and flood stage data. Graphs are available to help you visualize the rise and fall of the river.
RadarScope is a specialized display utility for weather enthusiasts and meteorologists that allows you view NEXRAD Level 3 radar data along with our most requested new feature, Tornado, Severe Thunderstorm, and Flash Flood Warnings issued by the National Weather Service. It can display the latest reflectivity, velocity, and other products from any NEXRAD radar site in the United States, Guam and Puerto Rico. These aren't... more »
FloodMap Mobile is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. It shows all the FEMA floodplains, USGS gages, National Bridge Inventory, and a lot more. The app will show you the floodplains on a map and your current position so you know what to expect. Great for public users because it's hard to visualize a floodplain and you aren't going to have paper flood maps of the city with you - but in FloodMap Mobile all the... more »
Emergency Survival Handbook Free Version
Wherever you are, at work or home, accident or emergency may happen: natural disaster like earthquake, tsunami, flood, extreme weather and other non-natural emergency like terrorism, bird flu, and hazardous household products and so on.
Some people survived, not simply because they were lucky, but because they were prepared.