Weather Disasters

Weather Disasters

How to Prepare For and Survive Earthquakes, Tornadoes, Blizzards, and Other Catastrophes

Mark D. Williams, Amy Becker Williams

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Description

Floods. Blizzards. Landslides. Earthquakes. Tornadoes. Hurricanes. Severe weather happens every day across the globe. We see and hear of the devastating consequences whenever we tune into the evening news: property ravaged, communities destroyed, and lives lost. But although these events are unstoppable, you can prepare.

In Weather Disasters, veteran authors and disaster survivors Mark and Amy Williams provide vital information on prepping for and surviving every major type of weather disaster. Each chapter is devoted to a different catastrophe, and lists:

  • The science behind the catastrophe
  • Essentials you’ll need to get through it
  • Helpful prepping tips
  • Statistics behind the disaster
  • Resources to reach out to for help
  • What to do in the aftermath

    No matter who you are or where you live, catastrophe can strike at any time. Be prepared, and pick up Weather Disasters today!


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    Mark D. Williams:
    Mark D. Williams has published hundreds of articles and photos over the past twenty years in magazines, newspapers, and online publications including Texas Sporting Journal, Backpacker, Men's Health, Dallas Morning News, Cowboys and Indians, Southwest Fly Fishing, ESPN, SPORT, Gorp.com, Outdoorsite.com, Texas Fish and Game, Baseball Digest, Amarillo Globe News and many more. He is the author of more than twenty books, including So Many Fish So Little Time: The 1001 Best Places on Earth to Fish, The Backpacking Flyfisher, Flyfishing Southwestern Colorado, Knots for Flyfishers, and Freshwater Flyfishing Tips from the Pros. He lives with his wife, Amy, in Amarillo, Texas.


    Amy Becker Williams is a freelance writer, author, photographer, and teacher. Her work has been published in the Amarillo Globe News, New Mexico Outdoors, Rocky Mountain Game and Fish, GORP.com, Tibesti.com, and Examiner.com. Amy is a sponsored athlete for Athleta clothing company. She lives with her husband, Mark, In Amarillo, Texas.

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