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Actuary.Org 5m
As risk exposure continues to grow, there is a need for to address how they should provide coverage & how to better assess the risk through catastrophe modeling. Read our latest issue paper to learn more about wildfire .
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OR Health Authority 2h
Replying to @OHAOregon
Among the takeaways: "Being prepared in advance is going to be really important" - Kirsten Aird, OHA Public Health Division. Here are some ways you can protect your health in smoky conditions.
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John Jablonski 6h
It’s never too early to start prepping your home and family for a . Contact me to make sure you have the protection you need.
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Dr. Sarah Boon 4h
New data crunching technology helps fighters make faster, on-the-ground decisions: Can ‘’ Help Fight Big Fires? Firefighters Are Betting on It
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Texas A&M Forest Service 49m
Do you know the most common cause of in your area? By learning from the past, we can prepare for the future. Visit to learn how to prepare for wildfire.
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Amy Marie Reid Jun 23
Terrifying experience. We are all safe. This huge pile of logs at the entrance to the clearing we camp at lit fire. We tried to help the group camping next to it douse it lugging water up from the creek but it was out of control. Was north side of Chehalis Lake
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OregonOEM 3h
briefing this morning - major take-away: Prevention!
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Public Safety Canada Jun 24
season affects communities every year, make sure you’re prepared: • Prepare an emergency kit & plan • Check for & remove fire hazards around your home • Ensure all smoke detectors are working More tips at:
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Your Morning Jun 24
Crews in BC are fighting an out of control , along the Sea to Sky highway.
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Duane Burnett 2h
EVACUATION ALERT Advisory issued for Pender Harbour on Sunshine Coast BC Canada
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QuakeFactor 55m
Watch Live or on-line! Thursday June 27, 2019 - 7:00 PM (PDT) USGS Fire Science: Understanding why wildlands burn and what can be done about it. By Paul Steblein, USGS Wildland Fire Science Coordinator.
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Frontline Wildfire Jun 24
Phoenix-Area Balloons to More Than 150 Square Miles Overnight...
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Earth Lab CU-Boulder 26m
Learn about how , windfall, spruce beetles, and other disturbances interact in this paper by Earth Lab researcher @naemietk.
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Silvia Pedini 15h
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FEMA Region 10 Jun 20
FEMA invests heavily in mitigation. Goats are just one example. This Washington Fire District Will Use Goats To Reduce Fire Risks via 🐐
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SwindonFire 11h
Do you know what to do if you come across a ?
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Sasha DeKasha Jun 23
in is making it pretty smoky for us.
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Loureen Ayyoub 18h
Loll at spectrum, we are season ready🔥
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🤢TrollerCoaster🤮 Jun 20
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Rob Duns Jun 24
The in County is keeping you updated on with is just north of Alligator Alley around the red circled area, west of US27. Wind is parallel to the interstate right now.
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