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Documentos Digitalizados CRID Julio - Agosto 2005 II Parte

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979 Overview of the psychological aspects of disasters.
1284 Disaster preparedness : A handbook for trainers.
1614 1989 : Central American Refugees : Workshop report.
1620 Displaced persons in El Salvador : An assessment.
1816 Plan for federal response to a catastrophic earthquake.
1835 The role of international organizations.
1989 Emergency medical care aspects of the Loma Prieta earthquake.
2009 Introduction to emergency medical services.
2315 A selective literature review of disaster medical services.
2341 Learning from Hurricane Hugo : Implications for public policy : An annotated bibliography.
2930 Damage caused by the Mexican earthquake and its repercussions upon the country's economy.
3011 Minimizing earthquake vulnerability.
3017 Emergency preparedness and response : Rapid health assessment in chemical emergencies.
3145 Earthquake in Guatemala : Epidemiologic evaluation of the relief effort.
3151 An epidemiological impact of floods on communicable diseases : A case study in Santa Catarina, Brazil.
3156 Issues in earthquake education.
3157 Cultural diversity : Communities have many faces.
3158 Adapting earthquake education to meet the needs of our culturally diverse population.
3159 Managing hazards in a changing multi - cultural world.
3160 Teaching earthquake awareness to persons labeled mentally retarded.
3161 Public perception of seismic risk : The educational implications.
3162 Integrating earthquake education into the elementary school curriculum : A whole language approach.
3163 Teaching about earthquakes in an elective course.
3164 How and why to prepare our schools for an earthquake disaster.
3165 Earthquake disaster preparedness planning : What is it all about? Who is responsible?.
3166 Earthquake ! This is only a test ! How to conduct a school earthquake exercise.
3167 Urban search and rescue in schools : A disaster affecting the future of the nation.
3168 School preparedness supplies and student emergency comfort kits.
3169 Financing school preparedness supplies : The pennies for safety project.
3170 Unacceptable risk : Earthquake hazard reduction in one California school District.
3171 Earthquake preparedness : The school bus driver.
3172 Impact of an earthquake : Learning from experience.
3173 Earthquake hazard mitigation for libraries.
3202 Turning disasters into development : A glimpse of Indian voluntary action.
3212 Guidelines for writing up your experiences in the management or observation of disaster relief or reconstruction assistance.
3305 Seismic testing of installation methods for computers and data processing equipment.
3306 Evaluation of static and response spectrum analysis procedures of SEAOC/UBC for seismic isolated structures.
3307 Assessment of the 1991 NEHRP provisions for nonstructural components and recommended revisions.
3308 Low - level dynamic characteristics of four tall flat - plate buildings in New York City.
3309 Empirical analysis of horizontal ground displacement generated by liquefaction - induced lateral spreads.
3310 Reconnaissance report on the Cairo, Egypt earthquake of October 12, 1992.
3311 Experimental and analytical investigation of seismic response of structures with supplemental fluid viscous dampers.
3312 A generalization of optimal control theory : Linear and nonlinear structures.
3322 Proposed principles and guidelines for the collection and dissemination of disaster related data.
3325 Post - disaster surveillance.
3328 A semi - empirical analysis of strong - motion peaks in terms of seismic source, propagation path and local site conditions.
3329 Experimental and analytical study of a hybrid isolation system using friction controllable sliding bearings.
3334 The non - proliferation treaty : How to remove the residual threats.
3347 Education and training in disaster medicine : Curriculum.
3351 Medical care for the injured : The emergency medical response to the april 1992 Los Angeles civil disturbance.
3353 Here there is life : The social and cultural dynamics of successful resistance to resettlement in postdisaster Perú.
3356 The political matrix of natural disasters : Africa and Latin America.
3360 Posthurricane resettlement in Belize.
3361 Economic and social consequences of natural disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean.
3362 Natural disasters and their economic and social impact.
3363 El Niño : Southern Oscillation Events and their associated midlatitude teleconnections 1531-1841.
3367 International disaster relief.
3412 Information useful for the identification of hazards during the manufacture, storage, transport, use and disposal of substances : An annotated checklist.
3427 Proceedings.
3428 Regional disaster preparedness : Lessons from the October 17, 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
3430 Health and medical response to urban earthquake hazards : Changes in practice.
3431 Earthquake prediction policies in California.
3432 Damage assessment of lifeline systems in Japan.
3434 Earthquake education materials for grades K-12.
3435 Fourth edition of earthquake education materials for grades K-12.
3439 Proceedings from the Site Effects Workshop.
3440 Applications of urban and regional information systems to hazard and disaster mitigation, emergency management, and other public safety topics : Excerpts.
3441 Improved management and analysis of industrial air emissions using a geographic information system.
3442 Global warming and geographic information : An assessment.
3443 Replacement / maintenance priorities for gas distribution systems.
3444 Milepoints : A GIS index for public works and public safety applications.
3445 The eye of the storm : GIS and the hurricane business.
3447 California's new seismic hazards mapping act : Implications for technology and policy.
3449 Evaluation of the Bay Area Spatial Information System (BASIS)following the Loma Prieta Earthquake.
3450 A knowledge - based approach to using existing data for seismic risk assessment.
3451 Real - time control of the transportation of hazardous materials.
3452 An application of GIS in the risk assessment of aquifer contamination from hazardous materials transporter spills.
3453 Siting emergency response teams for hazardous materials transportation incidents : Exploring multi - objective investment strategies.
3454 La aplicación del sistema de análisis geoambiental (SAGA)en la determinación de riesgos de deslizamientos.
3455 Applications of urban and regional information systems to hazard and disaster mitigation, emergency management, and other public safety topics : Excerpts.
3456 GIS applications for natural hazards management in Latin America and the Caribbean.
3457 Loma Prieta, California earthquake, 1989 spurs development of a GIS based emergency response system.
3458 Province - wide emergency response computer system.
3459 GIS : Aplications in the Phoenix Fire Department.
3460 Geofile source materials and standars : A procedural approach.
3461 The world landslide inventory.
3462 Interactive hydromet information system for real-time flood forecasting and warning.
3463 Clean air, small area data and the URISA professional.
3464 Castor : A cooperative initiative to update urban street network files.
3465 An introduction to the global positioning system and its use in urban GIS applications.
3466 A method for estimating daytime population by small area geography.
3467 Integration of the flood modelling process with a geographic information system.
3474 Physical and chemical characteristics of the Mount St. Helens deposits of May 18, 1980.
3475 Volcanic ash advice to berry growers.
3476 Center for Disease Control (CDC) community based health surveillance program (Update).
3477 Poultry - Bees - livestock.
3478 Protecting children from volcanic ash - related health hazards.
3480 Health and medical update.
3481 Insurance concerns.
3482 Health and medical update.
3483 Aviation considerations.
3486 Education and training for improved standards of disaster management.
3493 The Central Emergency Relief Organization : Mobilization procedures.
3496 Report of proceedings of a research workshop on human behaviour in disaster in Australia.
3497 Psychological response to disaster : What are the key parameters for research?
3499 Electric / Electronic protection : Commercial and mayor systems.
3500 Volcanic ash effects on municipal water supply and sewage treatment plants.
3502 Wildlife and plant community impacts.
3503 Management approaches to dust exposure control.
3504 Economic factors.
3505 Network closeout.
3506 Disaster response : The perception of the threat and its influence on community decision on insurance.
3507 Foreing disaster emergency relief : Fiscal year 1971.
3515 Manual on disaster victim identification.
3517 A propositional paradigm for estimating the impact of disasters on mental health.
3518 Foodstuffs and volcanic ashfall.
3519 Research into the free crystalline silica content of Mount St. Helens ash.
3520 Farm equipment 'ash' maintenance.
3521 Vehicle maintenance guidelines.
3522 Flood hazard reduction in the vicinity of Mount St. Helen.
3523 Disaster transfusion experience : Contribution to disaster planning.
3524 Report of Seminar on Disaster Management for Health.
3525 Health and hurricanes in the developing world : A case study in the Dominican Republic.
3529 Exercise design workshop : Student manual.
3530 Humanitarian assistance policy : A framework for response to natural and man-made disasters.

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