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  • Gramling, Carolyn (5-06-20)
    In 2013, an analysis of atmospheric temperature data collected over the past few decades suggested that global warming had slowed down beginning around 1998. This article argues that the phenomenon can be attributed to the ...
  • Tompson, Trevor; Benz, Jennifer; Agiesta, Jennifer; Cagney, Kate; Meit, Michael (Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 203-06)
    This study looks into the interplay of social factors, resilience, and recovery following Superstorm Sandy. It provides data on the region most affected by the storm to systematically measure the impacts on individuals and ...
  • Orui, Masatsugu; Harada, Shuichiro; Hayashi, Mizuho, 1950- (214-05-12)
    Devastating disasters may increase suicide rates due to mental distress. Previous domestic studies have reported decreased suicide rates among men following disasters. Few reports are available regarding factors associated ...
  • Jung, Kyujin (Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado Boulder., 237)
    This research aims to examine the evolution of interorganizational networks emerged from the Southeastern region of Korean Peninsula, which consists of Busan and Ulsan Metropolitan Cities, and the South Kyeongsang Province, ...
  • Fuller, Myron L. (Geological Survey (U.S.)., 1912)
  • Fuchs, Alfred (United States. Army. Corps of Engineers, 1955)
    Most of the important avalanche areas and research stations of the western U.S. were visited during the period, February, 15 through March, 21, 1955. The avalanche defense measures and research work are discussed. Suggestions ...
  • Schaerer, P. A. (Peter A.) (National Research Council Canada. Division of Building Research, 1962)
    In 1956, following years of study and debate, Canadian officials decided to construct the Tran-Canada Highway through Rogers Pass on the Selkirk Range. An avalanche hazard evaluation and forecast service was established ...
  • Barton, Allen H., 1924- (National Academy of Sciences, 1963)
    The analysis focuses on the impact of sudden disaster and the hours, days, or weeks in which the system must deal with emergency needs for rescue and relief. It considers the problems of role expectations and knowledge in ...
  • Loupekine, I.S.; Janssen, Th.; Wohlenberg, J. (Unesco, 1966-07)
    This Report gives the results of the mission to the epicentral area and deals essentially with the effects in Bwamba County as this was the area of greatest disaster. Macroseismic reports are analysed and photographs showing ...
  • United States. Army. Corps of Engineers (United States. Army. Corps of Engineers, 1967)
    The purpose of this list is to alert all Federal, State and local agencies to the flood problem in the urban places throughout the Nation and to inform them of the source of more information and assistance. It comprises ...
  • Anderson, Hal E. (United States. Forest Service, 1968)
    The Sundance Fire in northern Idaho occurred during the summer of 1967. In a period of only 9 hours this fire traveled 16 miles, engulfed more than 50,000 acres, released millions of heat units, snapped and toppled hundreds ...
  • Steinbrugge, Karl V (University of California-Berkeley, Institute of Governmental Studies, 1968)
    Discusses public policy for reduction of earthquake loss in the Bay Area with regard to geologic faults, structurally poor ground, earthquake-induced landslides, seismic risk from vibrational sources, non-earthquake resistive ...
  • Mitchell, James Kenneth, 1930- (Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado Boulder., 1968)
    Approximately 750 citations divided into three general categories: physical background to coastal erosion, nature and control of coastal erosion, and human dimension of coastal erosion, which are further divided into ...
  • Hewings, John M. (Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado Boulder., 1968)
    This paper examines the role and actions of medical personnel in posting warning notices on public beaches and the information which forms their decisions. In particular, the paper analyzes whether medical officers use ...
  • Relph, E. C.; Goodwillie, S.B. (Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado Boulder., 1968)
    Contains 126 citations, most referring to the snow problem in Canada.
  • Burton, Ian, 1935-; Kates, Robert W. (Robert William), 1929-; White, Gilbert F. (Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado Boulder., 1968)
    An overview of basic problems in natural hazards research relevant to the formulation and implementation of public policy. Topics discussed include hazard zone occupancies, the range of human adjustment to natural hazards, ...
  • Robson, G.R.; Canales, L.; Esteva, L. (Unesco, 1968-05)
    At the request of Unesco, the authors undertook a reconnaissance mission to Venezuela to prepare a preliminary report on the earthquake.
  • National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), 1969)
    For each of the following topics, describes the present state of knowledge, need for future research and recommendations: Socioeconomic aspects of Earthquakes; Earthquake Ground Motion; Soil Mechanics and Earth Structure; ...

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