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Volume 31, Number 4, December 2007

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Impediments to recovery in New Orleans' Upper and Lower Ninth Ward: one year after Hurricane Katrina
pp. 311-335(25)
Authors: Green, Rebekah; Bates, Lisa K.; Smyth, Andrew

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Still falling short: protection and partnerships in the Lebanon emergency response
pp. 336-352(17)
Authors: Shearer, David; Pickup, Francine

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Comparison of the expectations of residents and rescue providers of community emergency medical response after mudslide disasters
pp. 405-416(12)
Authors: Lam, Carlos; Lin, Mau-Roung; Tsai, Shin-Han; Choy, Cheuk-Sing; Chiu, Wen-Ta

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Immediate and long-term assistance following the bombing of the US Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania
pp. 417-434(18)
Authors: Abdallah, Saade; Heinzen, Rebekah; Burnham, Gilbert

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Strategic planning for post-disaster temporary housing
pp. 435-458(24)
Author: Johnson, Cassidy

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Urbanisation and flood vulnerability in the peri-urban interface of Mexico City
pp. 477-494(18)
Author: Aragón-Durand, Fernando

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Managing volunteers: FEMA's Urban Search and Rescue programme and interactions with unaffiliated responders in disaster response
pp. 495-507(13)
Authors: Barsky, Lauren E.; Trainor, Joseph E.; Torres, Manuel R.; Aguirre, Benigno. E.

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Book review
pp. 530-533(4)

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