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Tsunamis and the International Response:
Economic, Social and Environmental Dimensions

(Released April 2005)

 
  by Ben Fertig, Tanya Foster and Irene Nicholas  

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  1. Vulnerability of Port and Harbor Communities to Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards: The Use of GIS in Community Hazard Planning
    Coastal Management [Coast. Manage.]. Vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 243-269. Jul-Sep 2004.

  2. Quake, flood, fire. Will we be ready?
    New Scientist. Vol. 185, no. 2484, pp. 6-8. 29 Jan. 2005

  3. New noise threat to emergency radio.
    New Scientist. Vol. 185, no. 2482, pp. 26. 15 Jan. 2005

  4. The impact will last decades.
    New Scientist. Vol. 185, no. 2482, pp. 14-15. 15 Jan. 2005

  5. The next big wave
    Economist; 368 (8337) 16 Aug 2003, pp.69

  6. Tsunami: coming to a beach near you
    Catalyst. Vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 1-3. Apr. 2002

  7. Vulnerability of buildings in Malta to earthquake, volcano and tsunami hazard
    Structural Engineer. Vol. 77, no. 22, pp. 25-31. 16 Nov. 1999

  8. Workboats
    Metal Bulletin Monthly , no. 05, pp. 13, 15-19. June 1999

  9. TSUNAMI!
    Scientific American. Vol. 280, no. 5, pp. 56-60. May 1999

  10. Tomari survives the tsunamis
    Nuclear Engineering International. Vol. 39, no. 477, pp. 26-7. Apr. 1994

  11. Tsunami warning: beating the waves to death and destruction
    Endeavour. Vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 38-43. 1994