Emergency Management: A Reference Handbook

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Index
ACDA. See American Civil Defense Association
ACS. See Adventist Community Services
Adventist Community Services (ACS), 200
Africa, 82, 101
emergency management in Nigeria, 98–100
Al Qaeda, 64
Alabama, state emergency management agency, 223
Alaska
earthquake and tsunami of 1964, 6, 112
state emergency management agency, 223
Alexander, David, 1, 31
Allbaugh, Joe, 129–130
Amenemhet III, Pharaoh of Egypt, 2
American Civil Defense Association (ACDA), 207–208
American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL), 200–201
American Red Cross, 59–60, 106–108, 201. See also Barton, Clara; Boardman, Mabel; Taft, William Howard
Anchorage, AK, 112
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, 8
Anthrax, 64
Argentina, 96–98
Arizona, state emergency management agency, 224
Arkansas
Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, 5, 109–110
state emergency management agency, 224
ARRL. See American Radio Relay League, Inc.
Assistance to Firefighters Grant, 21
Association of State Floodplain Managers, 208
Australia, 91–92
Bard, Morton, 37–39
Barton, Clara, 106–107, 131–132
Becton, Julius W., Jr., 132–133
Beslan, Russia, massacre (2004), 102
Biological Emergency Preparedness Division, 10
Biological weapons, 61–66
Bird flu, 90
Blanchard, B. Wayne, 133–134
Boardman, Mabel, 134
Booth, William, 135
Brinkley, Douglas, 43
Brown, Michael D., 126, 135–137
Buffer Zone Protection Plans, 195
Bullock, J. A., 17
Burkina Faso, 82
Bush, George H. W., 151
Bush, George W.
and FBI director, 146
and FEMA directors, 130, 136, 145
and flood insurance, 130
Homeland Security Act of 2002, 124

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - Background and History 1
  • 2 - Problems, Controversies, and Solutions 33
  • 3 - Worldwide Perspective 73
  • 4 - Chronology 105
  • 5 - Biographical Sketches 129
  • 6 - Data and Documents 155
  • 7 - Directory of Organizations 199
  • 8 - Resources 237
  • Glossary 267
  • Index 277
  • About the Author 293
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