IEDRO Brochure

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IEDRO Brochure

  1. 1. How can you help? Donate your time We need energetic people with Disease creative new ideas. View our available positions and apply at Prevention Volunteer Match or our web International site: www.IEDRO.org Environmental Translators: to translate documents and weather observa- tions, and correspondence with foreign volunteers: Spanish, Data French and Portuguese Global Warming Rescue Data Detectives: to locate at risk data and begin the rescue process working with local correspondents Severe Weather Presenters: to present materials and direct discussions for schools and community organizations Forecasts Fund Raisers: to staff booths, present pamphlets and guide discussions at public events and occasions Writers: to research and create news and magazine articles, web pages, correspondence, and grant proposals Reduce Better Donate your money Famine Farming Your donation, along with those of our other generous supporters, will rescue historic, life saving data imme- diately. We accept personal checks, money orders or credit card payments through: Understanding History EBAY’s MissionFish Program: EBAY stores or Sellers can desig- nate a percentage of the funds they receive to IEDRO Safer Construction and Building Codes www.IEDRO.org
  2. 2. Records now awaiting rescue IEDRO volunteers: Recorded on delicate paper, these historic IEDRO’s goal is a healthier, safer and stronger  Locate weather observations at risk weather observations, crucial to understanding world population, through the collection and internationally changing and hazardous weather distribution of historical environmental data for patterns, are in danger of loss use by the scientific, teaching  Collaborate with the American Me- or damage. and meteorological world teorological Society and the World communities. Meteorological Organization  Position experts and install equip- ment  Instruct local volunteers Organize, preserve and computerize the rescued data  Assure data availability to the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), National Oceanic and At- mospheric Administration (NOAA) world data- base  Design computer software for data conversion  Locate grants and funding  Publish the “International Data Rescue News”  Publish IEDRO web site. 500,000+ valuable historic weather observations are lost everyday! Rescue teams at work. Forever!

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