Site directory

People can search through individual entries (posts) or search by categories of posts or use the search box. But I thought it might also be useful to use pages (such as this) to organize groups of posts on certain topics. At the bottom of this page I have “search site tags” (a new feature to wordpress blog formats). These are terms which should find all posts with those terms in the text (or anywhere else on a webpage). These terms shouldn’t overlap the categories listed in the sidebar, but many probably do as I just started using them. I will try to use the site search terms which I think people might find useful, but please let me know if you are looking for other terms within these posts.

2007-01-19 I have recently added an
Index by Title. Click to view.

2007-02-22
Table of Contents is here
Table of Contents

Here are some ideas for information that people may want to study up and contribute back to here.

PPE Personal Protection

  • how to evaluate quality of advertised gear (for example, look for NIOSH label.)
  • types of Masks — Types, Choosing (PPE), gloves
  • where to obtain, local sources
    or elsewhere
  • how to use
  • how to dispose of
  • hand santizers– Sanitizers — Handwashing types and quality
  • sanitation

  • in the house
  • personal
  • communal
  • in the field
  • disposal of inedible parts of game (bury or burn or disinfect then….?)
  • use of bleach or Lysol concentrate or iodine?
  • cooking temperatures?
  • Birds
    A specific category, easier to quickly find bird-focussed information from the human focussed information.

    Reliable sources of info (How to tell the quacks from the quackers. There’s a lot of crackpot, quack, wrong, misleading, regurgitated, inadequate information already)

  • how to tell if it’s a reliable source?
  • or sciencing
    here
    or hoaxes or urban legends

  • governmental
  • non-governmental (NGO) or Quango

    (“quan·go (kwăng’gō) pronunciation n., pl. -gos., An organization or agency that is financed by a government but that acts independently of it. [qua(si) n(on-)g(overnmental) o(rganization).]

    or non-profit

  • commercial
  • local
  • news media
  • refereed or scientific info
  • Maps, Where is…
  • Local Contacts
  • Local Supplies
  • History, previous lessons learned from

  • influenza in 1918
    The National Archives: Influenza Epidemic of 1918 or CBC and CDC backgrounds on previous pandemics or What he knew in 1918 could save millions of lives today
  • influenza in 1950s
  • TB
  • annual fall coastal flooding
  • Help wanted for collaboration

  • spring bird hunters and US FWS
  • students to prepare local handouts
  • oral history
  • identify existing community emergency plans
  • ⇒ Quick guides or guidelines

    Questions needing follow-up

    Haz Com or hazard communication, risk communication

  • H5N1 FAQ ( Questions from Delta Discovery) for the Kuskokwim Nushagak Yukon region
  • [If you see a group of dead or sick birds, especially if something you notice seems unusual, call 1-866-5-BRDFLU, (1-866-527-3358).]

    14apr2006 revised state alert notice To report dead or sick birds, where no obvious cause is apparent, call the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hotline at 1-866-5-BRDFLU (1-866-527-3358). Do not handle birds found sick or dead!



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