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Environmental Hazards: Assessing Risk and Reducing Disaster (Third Edition)

Keith Smith (2001)

Combining insights from both the natural and social sciences, this book provides a complete introduction to environmental hazards. It covers all major rapid-onset events, whether natural, human, or technological in origin, that directly threaten human life on a community scale.

392 pages, softcover. Member: $25.50. Nonmember: $29.95. Catalog #897.

Disaster Field Manual

CCDEH, Disaster Preparedness Technical Committee (1994)

The Disaster Field Manual, prepared by the California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health Disaster Preparedness Technical Committee, can serve as a field guide for the environmental health professional following a major disaster. It provides an excellent overview of the key response and recovery options that environmental health practitioners will need to consider in order to make prompt and informed decisions. While the manual is not intended to serve as a disaster response plan, it can be used to...

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