From CNN, a series of short clips from early report of the Turkey Earthquakes on 2/6. Among other things it provides an interesting account of the powerful aftershocks.
For the best and most current technical info, go this USGS site.
I expect many more postings as the recovery period begins.
From the Wash Post: For some, life after Ian is ‘more tragic than the hurricane itself.’
This is a lengthy and deeply troubling account of the many problems ongoing in the area of FL impacted by Hurricane Ian.
FEMA Lays Foundation for Strategic Plan: Engages Stakeholders and Initiates Efforts to Instill Equity, Increase Resilience and Readiness Posture
FEMA simplified its Individual Assistance application process, leading to over 100,000 survivors receiving assistance who would have previously been ineligible.
America’s First Responders Give NIST Their Communications Tech Wish Lists
Public safety communications technology should be trustworthy, be controllable and reduce user frustration.
From the Guardian, ‘Inside we are all struggling’: storm-bruised California begins recovery. Extensive discussion of the aftermath of the many storms.
From HStoday: Out of State Recovery Experts Arrive in CA to Assist With Winter Storm Impacts. This assistance is thanks to the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC), which is a nationally recognized mutual-aid system.
From the Guardian.com: Children of the storm: can a climate disaster hurt the unborn in the womb? Study suggests children who were in the womb during Superstorm Sandy are more likely to have behavior disorders