Preparedness Add-On

For communities, businesses and families, Depiction with the Preparedness Add-on is a smart addition to emergency preparation—explore emergency scenarios quickly and easily, and understand the resources available to you before disaster strikes.

Build and keep track of your emergency kit with the new Preparedness Add-On. Your kit should not only include food, water and medicine, but also local maps—on paper and saved as depictions. In an emergency, Depiction can load those maps without being connected to the Internet. Use Depiction to keep track of local emergency resources and potential dangers, and to plan evacuation routes, meeting places and more. The new Preparedness Add-On contains more than a dozen elements that can be used in your emergency plan. Use the flood tool, local GIS datasets and the new Quickstart data sources included in the Preparedness Add-On--including earthquake, hurricane, tornado and wildfire data--to learn what kind of disasters are most likely to affect your community.
Preparedness Add-on Pack
This Depiction extension includes new elements, icons and Quickstart data sets to help families prepare for disaster. Keep track of your emergency kit, make an emergency plan, and research natural hazards in your area. Get Depiction with the Preparedness Add-on today!

Elements included
Elements in the add-on

The Preparedness Quickstart Data Sources Include:
Historical Hurricane Tracks: These lines indicate the path, date, name and intensity of storms from 1851 through 2006, from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) records. Additional information:
Tornado tracks: These lines indicate the approximate path, date and intensity of historical tornado events; compiled by NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Storm Prediction Center (SPC). Additional information:
Wildfire data: Names and perimeters of recent wildfires in the U.S., provided by the Geospatial Multi-Agency Coordination Group or GeoMAC and hosted by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Additional information:
Recent Earthquakes: Recent magnitude 1 or greater earthquakes from around the world recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) using a variety of global data sources and partners. Additional information:

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