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Volume 33, Number 1, January 2009

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Disaster management and mitigation: the telecommunications infrastructure
pp. 23-37(15)
Authors: Patricelli, Frédéric; Beakley, James E.; Carnevale, Angelo; Tarabochia, Marcello; von Lubitz, Dag K.J.E.

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Vulnerability of community businesses to environmental disasters
pp. 38-57(20)
Authors: Zhang, Yang; Lindell, Michael K.; Prater, Carla S.

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VTOL aircraft in emergency planning and management: a model for a helipad network
pp. 82-94(13)
Authors: Caprì, Salvatore; Ignaccolo, Matteo; Inturri, Giuseppe

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Indirect assessment of economic damages from the Prestige oil spill: consequences for liability and risk prevention
pp. 95-109(15)
Authors: Garza, María Dolores; Prada, Albino; Varela, Manuel; Rodríguez, María Xosé Vázquez

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The social context of childcare practices and child malnutrition in Niger's recent food crisis
pp. 132-151(20)
Authors: Hampshire, Katherine; Casiday, Rachel; Kilpatrick, Kate; Panter-Brick, Catherine

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GIS and local knowledge in disaster management: a case study of flood risk mapping in Viet Nam
pp. 152-169(18)
Authors: Tran, Phong; Shaw, Rajib; Chantry, Guillaume; Norton, John

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