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118 A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works 21. FEMA, IS-100.PWb—Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS 100) for Public Works, Available from: http://www.fema.gov/training-0 (As of: August 20, 2013) 22. FEMA, IS-701.a—NIMS Multiagency Coordination System (MACS) Course, Available from: http://www. fema.gov/training-0 (As of: August 20, 2013) 23. FEMA, NIMS ICS-300 Training, Available from: http://www.fema.gov/training-0 (As of: August 20, 2013) 24. Solis, GY; Hightower, HC; Sussex, J; and Kawaguchi, J (1995) Disaster Debris Management. The Disaster Preparedness Resources Center, The University of British Columbia for Emergency Preparedness Canada, British Columbia. 25. FEMA 325, Debris Management Guide (July 2007), Available from: http://www.fema.gov/public-assistance- policy-and-guidance (As of: August 16, 2013) 26. Washington State Department of Transportation website, Available from: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Rail/ Operations.htm (As of: August 20, 2013) 27. Vantuono, Sandy disaster relief funds released to Amtrak, RailwayAge (May 2013), Available from: http:// www.railwayage.com/index.php/passenger/intercity/sandy-disaster-relief-funds-released-to-amtrak.html (As of: August 20, 2013) 28. Kathy Bergstrom, Norfolk Southern Railway Article: Hurricane Katrina, other weather disasters offer lessons in emergency response, preparation, Progressive Railroading (July 2012), Available from: http://www.progressive railroading.com/norfolk_southern/article/Hurricane-Katrina-other-weather-disasters-offer-lessons-in- emergency-response-preparation—31643# (As of: August 21, 2013) 29. Federal Aviation Administration, Oversight of Airport Improvement Program Hurricane Grants, AV-2007- 014 (December 13, 2006), Available from: http://dev.oig.dot.gov/sites/dot/files/pdfdocs/Katrina_Final_ Report_-_508_version.pdf (As of: August 21, 2013) 30. NOAA, Marine Debris Emergency Response Planning in the North-Central Gulf of Mexico, Technical Memorandum NOS-OR&R-31 (June 2009), Available from: http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/projects/pdfs/ gom_mderp.pdf (As of: August 21, 2013) 31. Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, Southern California Conversion Technology website, Available from: http://www.socalconversion.org/ (As of: August 19, 2013) 32. U.S. Government Accountability Office, September 11: Overview of Federal Disaster Assistance to the New York City Area, GAO-04-72 (October 2003), Available from: http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-04-72 (As of: August 21, 2013) 33. California Office of Emergency Services, Debris Management in Disaster Recovery Training Manual ( January 2005), Available from: http://www.stopwaste.org/docs/disaster_debris_management_training_manual.pdf (As of: August 21, 2013) 34. Luther, Linda, Disaster Debris Removal After Hurricane Katrina: Status and Associated Issues, Congressional Research Service, RL33477 (April 2008), Available from: https://opencrs.com/document/RL33477/ (As of: August 20, 2013) 35. Carter, Nicole T. and Stern, Charles V. “Army Corps of Engineers Water Resource Projects: Authorization and Appropriations.” Congressional Research Service (May 6, 2013) pp. 13–14, Available from: http://www. fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R41243.pdf (As of: August 7, 2013) 36. FEMA’s Appeal Database case—PA ID# 045-78200-00; City of Waveland, Available from: http://www.fema. gov/appeal/219317?appeal_page=letter (As of: August 21, 2013) 37. FEMA, Press Release 4029-100, Top Houston Toad Experts Help Drive Bastrop Recovery (February 14, 2012), Available from: http://www.fema.gov/news-release/2012/02/14/top-houston-toad-experts-help- drive-bastrop-recovery (As of: August 21, 2013) 38. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Emergency Operations Private Property Debris Removal, Alabama (April 2011), Available from: http://www.marshallco.org/EOPPDR.pdf (As of: August 21, 2013) 39. Mishra, Raja and Babington, Charles, N. Carolina Floods Keep Thousands Homeless, Washington Post (Sept. 21, 1999), Available from: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/national/daily/sept99/storm21. htm (As of: August 21, 2013) 40. DoSomething.org, Interview with Dr. Nancy Beck, PhD, Policy Advisor at Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine, Available from: http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/faqs-about-animal- testing (As of: August 21, 2013) 41. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, Animal Disposal Following an Emergency (September 2, 2005), Available from: http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/animaldisposal.asp (As of: August 21, 2013) 42. Florida Animal Carcass Management Working Group, Florida Animal Producer Guidance for Routine Disposal of Animal Carcasses (January 6, 2012), Available from: http://www.flsart.org/acmwg/documents/ Producer%20Guidance%20for%20Routine%20Carcass%20Disposal%20rev.%201-6-12.docx (As of: August 21, 2013)

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