Surviving Disaster: How to Protect and React to the Least Talked About Disasters

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National Weather Service and Top Disaster Planner Offer Expert Advice

Storm surge and beach erosion receive a lot of press during a hurricane, but what about the inland dangers? Overland and river flooding from heavy rains can be the most devastating aspect of a tropical cyclone. In most years, inland flooding accounts for more tropical cyclone fatalities than storm surge. Daniel Noah, a Meteorologist with the National Weather Service, along with Adam Montella, one of the nation’s top disaster planners, will discuss the risks associated with inland disasters, how to plan for them and what to do when one occurs. They will also address the least talked about hazards – those that occur once the storm has passed. They will offer expert tips from their almost 50 years’ combined experience dealing with disaster.

Daniel Noah, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, National Weather Service
Adam Montella, VP, Homeland Security & Emergency Management, Animus Solutions

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February 22, 2011
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PT)


Animus Solutions, Inc.
Animus Solutions, Inc. is a management consulting firm helping organizations solve the toughest enterprise issues and reach their peak performance through the most innovative techniques, processes and technology. Serving both private and public sectors, Animus provides leading industry expertise in areas such as Enterprise Asset Management; Compliance and Risk Management; Change Management; Homeland Security & Emergency Management; IT and Software Asset Management; and Information Technology. For more information visit:

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