Catálogo de la Red de Centros de Documentación del SINA

81. importancia de la preparación en previsión de desastres   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
82. Naciones Unidas movilizan personas en todo el mundo para reducir los efectos de los desastres naturales   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
83. National report of New Zealand :   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
84. Perfecting the science of disaster   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
85. Principles and practice of disaster mitigation an example from Ecuador   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
86. Reacción de la sociedad y de la comunidad internacional ante las catá strofes   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
87. Reducción de desastres y desarrollo sostenible   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
88. reducción de los desastres naturales   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
89. reducción de los efectos de los desastres naturales tiene que ser una prioridad en la política pública   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
90. role of science and engineering in mitigating natural hazards   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
91. sanitary revolution a paradigm for disaster mitigation   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
92. Screening for the psychological consequences of a major disaster in a developing country :   Publication: , Seven months following the volcanic eruption that destroyed the small town of Armero, 200 victims were screened for emotional problems with the Self-Reporting Questionnaire, a simple and reliable instrument. Fifty-five percent of the victims were found to be emotionally distressed. Variables associated with the presence of emotional distress included living alone, having lost previous job, feeling not being helped, not knowing date for leaving temporary shelter, being dissatisfied with living arrangements, complaining of non-specific physical symptoms or epigastric pain, and presenting several physical problems. The high prevalence of emotional distress suppots the need to deliver mental care to disaster victims in developing countries through the primary level of care. Our findings provide guidelines for early detection of individuals at risk for developing emotional problems (AU). / ARMERO / TOLIMA Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
93. Sistema de intercambio de tecnología para hacer frente a los desastres naturales   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
94. Utilidad de la teledetección y mitigación de los peligros naturales   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
95. Volcanes   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
96. Desastres naturales y medio ambiente by Hurtado Gómez, Jorge Eduardo. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
97. Natural disaster in the world, 1990   Publication: , Series: Geo Environmental Engineering Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
98. Riesgos naturales y el proceso de planificación de desarrollo   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
99. Incorporating natural hazard assessment and mitigation into project preparation by Rodgers, Kirk P. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
100. A report commissioned by the central evaluation office and the planning and coordination office. Disaster and development   Publication: , 2 tomos / CEO Occasional Paper N.. 3 Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
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