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View Resource Records Emergency Information

Guidelines for minimizing damage to records during floods for Federal agencies, congress, governments, cultural and historic institutions, and the general public.

http://www.archives.gov/preservation/records-emergency/
View Resource Saving Family Treasures Guidelines

Guidelines for the care of materials affected by a natural disaster or other emergency. How to restore records after floods: papers, books, photos, film, magnetic media, audio/video, and CD.

http://www.archives.gov/preservation/disaster-response/guide...
View Resource Water Watch – Current Water Resources Conditions: Flood and High Flow Conditions.

Maps of flood and high flow conditions.

http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/?state=us&map_type=flood&web_type...
View Resource Mold After a Disaster

Fact sheet, flyers, public service announcements, guidelines, and reports on the dangers of mold and how to protect yourself after a disaster.

http://www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/mold/
View Resource City of Davenport Flood Plan

An 18-page example of an urban flood prevention plan.

http://www.cityofdavenportiowa.com/egov/docs/1206019646_7147...
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