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Existing Emergencies

2010 Chile Earthquake And Pacific Tsunami
2010 Christchurch NZ Earthquake
2010 Colombia Floods
2010 Dengue Epidemic
2010 Gulf Coast Oil Spill
2010 Gulf Oil Spill
2010 Haiti Cholera Epidemic
2010 Hurricane Igor
2010 Hurricane Karl
2010 Hurricane Tomas
2010 Java Volcano Eruptions
2010 Qinghai Earthquake
2010 Typhoon Megi
2010-Oct Sumatra Earthquake
2010–2011 Queensland floods
2011 April-25-28 Southeast US Tornado Outbreak
2011 Christchurch NZ Earthquake
2011 Cyclone Yasi
2011 Hurricane Irene
2011 Rio de Janeiro floods and mudslides
2011 Sendai Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
2011 Texas Wildfires
2012 April 3 Dallas-Ft. Worth Area Tornadoes
2012 Colorado wildfires
2012 Hurricane Isaac
2012 Hurricane Sandy
2013 Boston Marathon Bombings
2013 Colorado Floods
2013 Fertilizer Plant Explosion in the City of West Texas
2013 Moore (OK) Tornado
2013 Tornadoes
2013 Wildfires
China Floods 2010
Haiti earthquake of January 2010
Hurricane Alex 2010
Hurricane Earl
Kalamazoo River Oil Spill
March 2012 Midwest Tornadoes
Midwest Blizzard 2011
Pakistan Floods 2010
Russian Wildfires 2010
Tennessee Floods of Spring 2010

Outstanding Issues

  • What should we use to classify where events happen? The USGS uses this system for describing the location of earthquakes [1]
    • Closed --Jeffmace 01:39, 25 January 2010 (UTC)
  • Naming conventions
  • Location template generates [[Category:Locations]] instead of [[Category:Location]]

Wanted pages

See also discussion and Special:WantedPages
  • Press Info --jwalling
  • How to contribute --jwalling
  • FAQ Frequently asked questions --jwalling
  • How to Edit This Wiki A page on how to edit this wiki; while it looks like a GNU wiki, it doesn't edit like one (well, that is the main pages don't). Someone was asking to help on Alabama. I couldn't even figure out how to add the into that West Alabama Red Cross serves Tuscaloosa, Pickens, Fayette, Lamar, Greene, Hale, and Sumter Counties. Also, most of largely rural Alabama is identified by county, not city, and there is no way that I can see how to add that information. Nkb 03:57, 13 May 2010 (UTC)

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