When Disastrous Weather Hits Close to Home

Aug 15, 2019 - 04:00pm

Dangerous weather events have become a common occurrence and environmental health professionals are on the frontline to responding to the aftermath of these weather events. In this month’s column, Dr. Oliver provides a firsthand look at the tornadoes that hit Alabama in March. She brings NEHA Region 7 Vice-President Tim Hatch in to share his perspectives as an environmental health responder to the event. As a profession, we must work individually and together to overcome these unpredictable disasters.

 

Read the President's Message in Full

WHEN DISASTROUS WEATHER HITS CLOSE TO HOME (PDF)

 

September 2019 issue of the Journal of Environmental Health (JEH)
Journal of Environmental Health
September 2019
Volume 82, Number 2

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