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Be better prepared to respond to disasters and environmental hazards through the following books:

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.

The Public Health Consequences of Disasters

Edited by Eric K. Noji (1997)

This illustrated book summarizes the most pertinent information about the public health impact of disasters. Its four sections deal with general issues, geophysical events, weather-related problems, and human-generated disasters.

468 pages, hardcover. Member: $68.50. Nonmember: $80. Catalog #583.
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Date:May 1, 2005
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