Natural Disasters: Avalanches-explosions
Marlene Bradford, Robert S. Carmichael, Tracy Irons-Georges
Salem Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Nature - 985 pages
Our world is a very dangerous place, a fact placed in historical and social context by this three-volume set. Each of the 23 sections covers a particular kind of disaster, e.g., avalanches and earthquakes, and includes a scientific explanation followed by descriptions of the particular events in chronological order.
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