Emergency Planning Second Edition (AIDR 2020):
Australian Disaster Resilience Handbook Collection
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University of Wolverhampton
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Jan 5, 2021
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Griffiths, B. (2021) “Emergency Planning Second Edition (AIDR 2020): : Australian Disaster Resilience Handbook Collection ”, Emergency Management Review, 4(2), pp. 38–43. Available at: https://emr-wlv.com/index.php/emr/article/view/53 (Accessed: 29 July 2021).
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