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Last Updated: Sep 19, 2014 URL: Print Guide

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About This Guide

This Research Guide will lead you to information on natural disasters such as floods and severe storms. It also includes biological disasters and transportation accidents.

Overview Resources

Find background information on your research topic.

  • Credo Reference
    A collection of 100 reference tools that may be searched collectively or individually. It includes encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, statistical sources, biographical tools, thesauri, books of quotations, image collections, and more.
  • Dartmouth Flood Observatory
    Provides information about floods worldwide.
  • FEMA: Preparedness
    Web page created by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Provides list of types of disasters and links to FEMA publications.
  • Hurricane/Tropical Data
    Provides access to a wealth of hurricane information.
  • National Drought Mitigation Center
    Provides information about U.S. drought conditions.
  • National Hurricane Center
    Current and historical data from the National Weather Service.
  • National Transportation Safety Board
    This site offers data on current and historic accidents in the U.S. by transportation mode--aviation, highway, marine, rail, pipeline & hazardous materials.
  • Natural Hazards Center
    Comprehensive site designed "to advance and communicate knowledge on hazards mitigation and disaster preparedness, response, and recovery."
  • Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center
    Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center (OVRC) provides viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, links to websites, and full-text magazine and newspaper articles related to controversial social issues.
  • ReliefWeb
    ReliefWeb is a project of the United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs. It includes frequently updated information about relief responses to natural disasters.

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