Journal of Civil Defense 2020, Vol. 54, Issue 1, Water The Absolute Basic
In this issue civil defense experts teach how to properly disinfect and store water for your emergency water supply. Also, doctors and specialists inform us how to fight the coronavirus and other zoonotic and vector born diseases. The US Energy outlook and solar forms of energy are also discussed. For more information see below.
In This Issue:
3) WaterBricks for Safe Water Storage
By Bruce Curley, TACDA Vice President
A detailed product review of WaterBricks storage products.
6) Question from a Member: Radioactive Water
By Sharon Packer, MS Nuclear Engineering, TACDA Secretary
A discussion of the effects and safety concerns from radiation contamination of water and food.
12) Water – The Absolute Basic
By G. Landon Beales, M.D.
Dr. Beales explains how to properly disinfect and store water.
14) Preparedness in a Nutshell
By Bill Perkins, TACDA Board Member
Suggestions for basic preparations in ten areas of concern.
17) Do’s and Don’ts on the Coronavirus
By Jane M. Orient, M.D.
Pertinent and practical information on the Covid-19 virus.
20) Protective Measures Against the Novel Coronavirus
By the World Health Organization (WHO)
Simple, practical methods of protection against the Covid-19 virus.
22) Vector & Zoonotic Born Disease
By Colonel Jim Smith, MSS, NRP, FABCHS, CPC, CLEE
A discussion of causes and carriers of animal borne diseases.
25) Solar Energy Development in the United States
By Danny Powell, PhD candidate in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Utah
Barriers that must be crossed in order to integrate solar energy into the US electric grid.
29) The US Annual Energy Outlook
By Dr. Gary Sandquist, PhD, MBA, PE, SE, CHP, CQA, TACDA Treasurer
World trends and projections for energy use and supply.
32) Cooking with Charcoal
By Jay Whimpey PE, TACDA President
A practical, fun, and easy method for emergency cooking.
34) Charcoal Grilled Steak and Vegetable Shish-Kabobs Recipe
Test out your charcoal grilling skills with this delicious and easy recipe!
35) Hard Lesson
By Gail Ralston, Tacda member
As a civil defense volunteer in her state, Ms. Ralston describes an emergency where the tables turn, and she is the victim of a disaster.
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