The poster depicts an evacuation checklist and the mortality rates of the 10 disasters of 2011. The house infographic shows all the parts of a house where a person can make preparations to protect themselves from hurricanes, lightning, earthquakes, and wildfires; all color coded according to disaster. A first aid kit icon further shows what should be held in an emergency kit.

The poster depicts an evacuation checklist and the mortality rates of the 10 disasters of 2011. The house infographic shows all the parts of a house where a person can make preparations to protect themselves from hurricanes, lightning, earthquakes, and wildfires; all color coded according to disaster. A first aid kit icon further shows what should be held in an emergency kit.

The 10 icons created for the series. Top 5: Blizzard, Flood, Earthquake, Tsunami, Heatwave. Bottom 5: Tornado, Wildfire, Lightning, Volcano, Hurricane.

The 10 icons created for the series. Top 5: Blizzard, Flood, Earthquake, Tsunami, Heatwave. Bottom 5: Tornado, Wildfire, Lightning, Volcano, Hurricane.

Magazine Layout 1: Depicts where each disaster is most likely to occur in the United States and is color-coded by state. Tornado states are further highlighted to reference a case study.

Magazine Layout 1: Depicts where each disaster is most likely to occur in the United States and is color-coded by state. Tornado states are further highlighted to reference a case study.

Magazine Layout 2: Focuses on deaths and injuries that occurred between the years of 2000 and 2011. Call outs are made for certain events that caused higher death or injury rates, and lightning and blizzard are highlighted further.

Magazine Layout 2: Focuses on deaths and injuries that occurred between the years of 2000 and 2011. Call outs are made for certain events that caused higher death or injury rates, and lightning and blizzard are highlighted further.

Magazine Layout 3: Focuses on Hurricane Katrina and what is known now about how a person can prepare themselves for such a disaster.

Magazine Layout 3: Focuses on Hurricane Katrina and what is known now about how a person can prepare themselves for such a disaster.

Think Twice & Save Life

Natural disasters affecting people all over the United States include wildfires, earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, tornados, volcanoes, floods, heatwaves, lightning, and blizzards. Different geographical areas are prone to varied disasters, and the fact that people may not be prepared for these disasters, can result in many injuries and/or deaths. Therefore, it is beneficial to determine necessary steps of preparedness in order to prevent mortality.