The Federal Emergency Management Agency has updated their most exhaustive collection of resource materials in FEMA's Building Science Resource Library (LINK HERE).
The online repository contains easily accessed electronic copies of all of FEMA’s hazard-specific guidance that focuses on creating disaster-resistance communities. The collection is immense and incredibly useful as a reference for designers and owners.
Even better, as the library's home page says: You can search for a document by its title, or filter the collection to browse by:
- Disaster Type (High winds, flood, earthquake, etc.)
- Document Type (Brochure, report, fact sheet, infographic, etc.)
- Audience (Building professionals & engineers, individuals & homeowners, teachers & kids, etc.)
I don't always post resources without commentary or recommendation, but this is an exception. This repository is well worth using. And its value is immediately evident!