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A SAFER FUTURE: Reducing the Impacts of Natural Disasters SUGGESTED READINGS Alesch, D., and W.J. Petak. 1986. Politics and Economics of Earthquake Hazard Mitigation Institute of Behavioral Science Monograph 43. Boulder: University of Colorado. Applied Technology Council. 1988 Rapid Visual Screemng of Buildings for Potential Seismic Hazards A Handbook ATC-21. Redwood City, Calif. Association of State Floodplain Managers. 1989. Partnerships Effective Flood Hazard Management, Proceedings, 30th Annual Conference Madison, Wis. Association of State Floodplain Managers. 1989. Proceedings of the Conference on Arid West Floodplain Management Issues Madison, Wis. Auf der Heide, E. 1989. Disaster Response Principles of Preparation and Coordination . St. Louis, Mo.: The C.V. Mosby Company. Beatley, T., and P. Berke. 1990. “Seismic Safety through Public Incentives: The Palo Alto Seismic Hazard Identification Program.” Earthquake Spectra 6 (1) 57-79. Berke, P, T Beatley, and S. Wilhite. 1989 “Influences on Local Adoption of Planning Measures for Earthquake Hazard Mitigation.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 7 (1): 33-56. Bolt, B A., W.L Horn, G.A. MacDonald II, and R.F. Scott. 1975. Geological Hazards New York: Springer-Verlag. Burby, R.J, and S.P. French 1981. “Coping with Floods: The Land Use Management Paradox.” Journal of the American Planning Association (July): 289-300 Burby, R.J, and S.P. French 1985. Floodplain Land Use Management A National Assessment Studies in Water Policy and Management No. 5, Boulder, Colo: Westview Press. Burby, R.J., S.A Bollens, J.M. Holloway, E J. Kaiser, D Mullan, and J R. Sheaffer. 1988 Cities Under Water A Comparative Evaluauon of Ten Cities' Efforts to Manage Floodplain Land Use Institute of Behavioral Science Monograph 47. Boulder: University of Colorado. Burton, I., R.W. Kates, and G.F. White. 1978. The Environment as Hazard New York: Oxford University Press. California, State of. 1990. Competing Against Time Report to Governor George Deukmejian from the Governor's Board of Inquiry on the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake Sacramento, Calif. Chagnon, S.A., Jr., et al. 1983. Plan for Research on Floods and Their Mitigation in the United States Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources. Colorado Geological Survey. 1989. Landslide Loss Reduction . A Guide for State and Local Government Planning Denver, Colo. Comfort, L.K., ed. 1988. Managing Disaster . Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. Drabek, T 1986. Human System Responses to Disaster An Inventory of Sociological Findings New York: Springer-Verlag. Dynes, R., B Demarchi, and C Pelanda. 1987. Sociology of Disasters . Milan, Italy: Franco Angeli. Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. 1988-89 “The Mexico Earthquake of September 19, 1985 (Parts A, B, and C) ” Earthquake Spectra , 4 (3), 4 (4), 5 (1). El Cerrito, California. Ellson, R.W., J.W. Milliman, and R.B. Roberts. 1984. “Measuring the Regional Economic Effects of Earthquakes and Earthquake Prediction.” Journal of Regional Science 24 (4): 559-579. Ericksen, N.J. 1986. Creating Flood Disasters? New Zealand Ministry of Works and Development . Wellington North, New Zealand.
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A SAFER FUTURE: Reducing the Impacts of Natural Disasters Foster, H.D. 1980. Disaster Mitigation for Planners . New York: Springer-Verlag. Haas, J.E., R. Kates, and M.J. Bowden. 1977. Reconstruction Following Disaster . Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. Hays, W.W, ed. 1981. Facing Geologic and Hydrologic Hazards — Earth Science Considerations U S. Geological Survey Professional Paper No. 1240-B. Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office. International Ad Hoc Group of Experts. 1989. Implementing the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction . Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations. Kunkel, K.E., and J.R. Angel. 1989. “Perspective on the 1988 Midwestern Drought.” EOS , September 5. Kusler, J.A. 1985. Post-Disaster Response and Mitigation of Future Losses: Proceedings of Conference Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association. Johnston, L. 1989. A Status Report on the Nation's Floodplain Management Activity (An Interim Report) . Washington, D.C.: L.R. Johnston Associates. May, P.J. 1985. Recovering from Catastrophes: Federal Disaster Relief Policy and Politics Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. May, R.J., and W. Williams. 1986. Disaster Policy Implementation Managing Programs Under Shared Governance New York: Plenum Press. Mileti, D., T.S. Drabek, and J.E. Haas. 1975. Human Systems in Extreme Environments A Sociological Perspective . Institute of Behavioral Science Monograph 21. Boulder: University of Colorado. Milliman, J.W. 1984. “Needed Economic Framework for Floodplain Management.” Water International 9: 119-126. Mittler, E. 1989 Natural Hazard Policy Setting Institute of Behavioral Science Monograph 48. Boulder: University of Colorado Mushkatel, A H., and J.M. Nigg. 1987. “Effect of Objective Risk on Key Actor Support for Seismic Mitigation Policy.” Environmental Management 11 (1): 77-86. National Fire Protection Association. 1987. Wildfire Strikes Home! A Report of the National Wildland/Urban Fire Protection Conference Quincy, Mass.: National Fire Protection Association National Research Council. 1975. Earthquake Prediction and Public Policy Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1982 Earthquake Engineering Research Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1982. A Levee Policy for the National Flood Insurance Program Washington, D.C: National Academy Press. ______. 1982. Safety of Nonfederal Dams: A Review of the Federal Role . Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1983. Safety of Existing Dams . Evaluation and Improvement . Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press ______. 1985. Hurricanes Iwa, Alicia, and Diana — Common Themes . Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1985. Safety Dams: Flood and Earthquake Criteria . Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1986. Drought Management and Its Impact on Public Water Systems Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1987. Confronting Natural Disasters: An International Decade for Natural Hazard Reduction Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1988. Estimating Probabilities of Extreme Floods . Methods and Recommended Research Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1989. Estimating Losses from Future Earthquakes Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1989. Great Lakes Water Levels: Shoreline Dilemmas Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1989. Reducing Disasters' Toll The United States Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1990. Managing Coastal Erosion . Washington, D C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1991. Hurricane Elena, Gulf Coast, August 29 - September 2, 1985 Natural Disaster Series, vol. 2. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1991. The New Year's Eve Flood on Oahu, Hawaii, December 31, 1987- January 1, 1988 Natural Disaster Series, vol. 1. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ______. 1991. Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences Washington, D C National Academy Press. ______. 1991. Saragosa, Texas, Tornado, May 22, 1987. An Evaluation of the Warning System Natural Disaster Series, vol. 3. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center. 1989. Report of the Colorado Workshop on Hazard Mitigation in the 1990s . Toward the U S Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction Boulder, Colo. DNDR1. Nigg, J.M, and A.H. Mushkatel. 1986. Utilization of Services Following a Federally Declared Disaster Working Paper 105. Tempe: Arizona State University.
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A SAFER FUTURE: Reducing the Impacts of Natural Disasters Petak, W.J., and A.A. Atkinson. 1982. Natural Hazard Risk Assessment and Public Policy . New York: Springer-Verlag. Platt, R., et al. 1987. Regional Management of Metropolitan Floodplains . Experience in the United States and Abroad . Boulder: University of Colorado. Pyne, S.J. 1982. Fire in America: A Cultural History of Wildland and Rural Fire Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. Quarantelli, E L. 1984. Organizational Behavior in Disasters and Implications for Disaster Planning . Emmitsburg, Md.: Federal Emergency Management Agency. Rossi, R.H., J.D. Wright, and E. Weber-Burdin. 1982. Natural Hazards and Public Choice The State and Local Politics of Hazard Mitigataon . New York: Academic Press. Rossi, P.H., J.D. Wright, E. Weber-Burdin, and J. Pereira. 1983. Victims of the Environment Loss from Natural Hazards in the United States, 1970-1980 . New York: Plenum Press. Saarinen, T.F. 1982. Perspectives on Increasing Hazard Awareness Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center Monograph 35. Boulder: University of Colorado. Slovic, P., H. Kunreuther, and G.F. White. 1974. “Decision Processes, Rationality, and Adjustment to Natural Hazards. ” Pp 187-205 in Natural Hazards: Local, National, Global . New York: Oxford University Press. Spangle, W.E., ed. 1987. Pre-Earthquake Planning for Post-Earthquake Rebuilding . Los Angeles: Southern California Earthquake Preparedness Project. Steinbrugge, K.V, and S.T. Algermissen. 1990. Earthquake Losses to Single-Family Dwellings: California Experience U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1939. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. United Nations. 1985 Volcanic Emergency Management Geneva, Switzerland: Office of the United Nations Disaster Relief Coordinator. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization 1978. The Assessment and Mitigation of Earthquake Risk Paris, France. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. 1984. Source Book for Volcanic Hazards — Hazards Zonation Paris, France. United Nations Secretary-General. 1988. International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction: Report of the Secretary-General, United Nations . New York: United Nations. U.S. Department of Defense. 1983. Implementation of Non-structural Measures: Seminar Proceedings . Washington, D.C. U.S. Geological Survey. 1988. Probabilities of Large Earthquakes Occurring in California on the San Andreas Fault . U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 88-398. U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency. 1986. A Unified National Program for Floodplain Management Washington, D.C. White, G.F., and J.E. Haas. 1975. Assessment of Research on Natural Hazards . Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. Wyllie, L.A., and J.R. Filson, eds. 1989. “Armenia Earthquake Reconnaissance Report.” Earthquake Spectra Special Supplement. Yin, R.K., and G. Moore. 1985. Utilization of Research: Lessons from the Natural Hazards Field Washington, D.C.: Cosmos Corporation.
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