Eleven new projects were funded by FEMA Region 8 and the National Science Foundation. The purpose of this call is to expand understanding of the recent hazards and disasters experienced in the region, and produce actionable guidance for emergency managers in FEMA Region 8.
Six projects were awarded the Public Health Continuation Award to expand data collection and analysis activities or engage with community partners in developing evidence-based interventions.
Eight projects will help develop evidence-based practices to improve community preparedness, resilience, and the public health response to disasters.
The special call for interdisciplinary proposals was aimed at strengthening the public health response to disasters in underserved communities.
Learn more about our latest opportunity to research wildfire, publish instruments and data, and help further understandings of fire weather.
Learn more about these proposals funded to expand knowledge about the impacts of suburban wildfires.
Read the first reports in the Weather Ready Research Series, including topics such as geo-targeted messaging, disaster storytelling, video and immersive media in risk communication, and evacuation decision-making.
Learn more about this special call for research proposals to collect perishable data related to the late December suburban wildfires in Boulder County.
Learn more about this opportunity to contribute to a body of work on tornados and warning communication.