Catálogo de la Red de Centros de Documentación del SINA

1. Prevención y manejo de emergencias volcanicas by Parra P., Eduardo. Publication: Availability: Copies available: Unidad de Gestión del Riesgo (1), Actions: No cover image available
2. Manejo de emergencias volcánicas   Publication: Nueva York : Naciones Unidas, 1987 Date:1987 Availability: Copies available: Unidad de Gestión del Riesgo (1), Actions: No cover image available
3. Mi amigo el volcán :   Publication: Availability: Copies available: Unidad de Gestión del Riesgo (1), Actions: No cover image available
4. Prevención y manejo de emergencias volcanicas by Parra P., Eduardo. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
5. Manejo de emergencias volcánicas   Publication: Nueva York : Naciones Unidas, 1987 Date:1987 Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
6. Mi amigo el volcán :   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
7. ABC riesgos volcánicos   Publication: Bogotá : Ungrd, 2012 . Folleto , 2 ej. | Prepararse, Date:2012 Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
8. Lessons to be learnt   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
9. reducir catá strofes volcá nicas   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
10. Vulcan's blast   Publication: , Flight crews must be cognizant of any potential volcanic activity along their planned routes. they must check the NOTAMS and Air Trafric Control Directives for the current status of any volcanic activity. Should an inadvertent penetration of a volcanic dust cloud be made, flight crews must be aware ofthe potential problems and be prepared to deal with the arising flight conditions. Also, crews should be aware of the operational conditions ar airfields which are contaminated with volcanic ash and dust. If at all possible avoid penetration of a volcanic ash cloud. Maintenance personnel should know the potential effects of volcanic ash and dust on the airplane and be able to properly remove the debris (AU). Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
11. Prevención y manejo de emergencias volcanicas by Parra P., Eduardo. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
12. Manejo de emergencias volcánicas   Publication: Nueva York : Naciones Unidas, 1987 Date:1987 Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
13. Mi amigo el volcán :   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
14. ABC riesgos volcánicos   Publication: Bogotá : Ungrd, 2012 . Folleto , 2 ej. | Prepararse, Date:2012 Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
15. Lessons to be learnt   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
16. reducir catá strofes volcá nicas   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
17. Vulcan's blast   Publication: , Flight crews must be cognizant of any potential volcanic activity along their planned routes. they must check the NOTAMS and Air Trafric Control Directives for the current status of any volcanic activity. Should an inadvertent penetration of a volcanic dust cloud be made, flight crews must be aware ofthe potential problems and be prepared to deal with the arising flight conditions. Also, crews should be aware of the operational conditions ar airfields which are contaminated with volcanic ash and dust. If at all possible avoid penetration of a volcanic ash cloud. Maintenance personnel should know the potential effects of volcanic ash and dust on the airplane and be able to properly remove the debris (AU). Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
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