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One of those words—especially for baby boomers who grew up during the Cold War—is “radiation.” Many people innately relate it to their elementary school years of under-the-school-desk exercises, public yellow rectangle signs with three inverted black triangles noting “fallout shelter” or geography lessons framed by events at Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Three-Mile Island, and Chernobyl. Most recently, the eighth anniversary of the earthquake induced nuclear meltdown at Fukashima, Japan has again reminded people of the sometimes horrific effects of radiation. Earthquakes are not uncommon in Alaska, nor the possibilities of resulting Tsunamis. Located on the ring of fire, Alaska has more earthquakes than any other region of the U.S. (70…


Art Nash

Associate Professor Art Nash conducts the statewide outreach on practical energy and housing topics, while connecting with faculty and agencies to get information for residents and relay what those audiences are interested in from research and campus knowledge. He currently manages educational activities with the State Indoor Radon grant (EPA), the National Extension Healthy Homes Partnership grant (USDA) and has in the past managed the education with Special Needs (Emergency Preparedness) grant (USDA). Nash is currently working on completing an Alaskan residential guide to emergency disaster preparedness, so the clean-up and habitation of a home can be as quick as possible after disasters.

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How to Prepare Your Business for a Natural Disaster
Whether it is a hurricane, tornado, flood, or earthquake, natural disasters can strike at any time and with very little...
Computer based Modeling and Simulation for BC/DR
So far most simulations we've encountered in business continuity and disaster recovery planning have been limited to the table top...
Why Businesses Need a Disaster Preparedness Plan
With record-breaking storms shutting down cities across the U.S. in 2014, many businesses have found themselves dealing with weather-related repercussions...