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Natural hazards in Australia : identifying risk analysis requirements / editor: Miriam H. Middelmann
Bib ID 4299033
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Middlemann, Miriam H
 
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Description Canberra : Geoscience Australia, 2007 
173 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 9781921236600
9781921236617
Notes

"GeoCat #65444"--Cover verso.

Bibliography: p. 160-173.

Available to download from the Internet. Address as of 23/01/08: http://www.ga.gov.au/news/index.jsp#nathaz.

Subjects Natural disasters -- Australia.  |  Hazard mitigation -- Australia.  |  Emergency management -- Australia.  |  Natural disasters -- Australia -- Planning.
Other authors/contributors Middelmann, M  |  Australia. Bureau of Meteorology  |  Geoscience Australia  |  Australia. Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources
Terms of Use Commonwealth of Australia 2007. 

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