Disaster Policy and Emergency Management in Russia
For many decades federal emergency and disaster policy and management has been an important but one of the least publicised and studied aspects of the national policy in the former Soviet Union. This book discusses major disasters which were unknown to anyone except in very limited official circles. Also discussed is the historical and legal development of the emergency management system in the former Soviet Union/current Russia and the impacted populations themselves.
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Vulnerability of the Russian Cities to the Most Dangerous Geophysical Hazards
The Number of Emergencies in Russia 19901996
The Number of Killed in Emergencies in Russia 19901996
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