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Associated Press. “Pandemic Flu Scenario Puts Banks to the Test: The Government Seeks to Determine How the Nation's Financial System Would Weather an Illness Outbreak.” 25Sep2007. Accessed at:,1,7242228.story

Associated Press. “Oil Refinery Explosion in Wyoming Wipes Out Seventeen Lives.” Reno Evening Gazette. April 6, 1927. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Regular Flu Shots May Help Fight Bird Flu.” September 30, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Pakistan’s Parliament Condemns Pope.” September 15, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Red Cross Criticizes Itself Over Katrina.” June 28, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press, “Report: Barroso Says EU Leaders Failed To Support the Pope Over Islam Speech.” 24Sep06.
Associated Press. “Report: Bin Laden Dead in Pakistan.” September 23, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Report: Questionable Purchases Under Homeland Security Guise.” May 11, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Report: State [Rhode Island] is Unprepared for Major Hurricane.” 18Dec05.
Associated Press. “Rice Challenges Clinton on Terror Record.” September 26, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press, “Rumsfeld Cites Progress in Afghanistan.” October 7, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Rumsfeld Grades U.S. Poor in Global Debate [War on Terror].” 27March06.;_ylt=App4cWhJumkffFxsOdenPaRp24cA;_ylu=X3oDMTA5aHJvMDdwBHNlYwN5bmNhdA--
Associated Press. “Sacramento To Push For Federal Levee Exemption.” June 20, 2007. At:
Associated Press. “Scientist Seeks Full Picture of Katrina’s Toll.” October 29, 2006. At:
Associated Press. “Scientists Create Napkin to Spot Hazards.” September 13, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Sen. Clinton Opposes Senators’ Plan To Scrap FEMA,” April 28, 2006. At:
Associated Press. “Senate Panel Recommends Abolishing FEMA,” April 27, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Senator: Waste Suggests Homeland Security Run Like Frat House.” July 19, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Senators Compromising on FEMA Expansion.” September 16, 2006. At:
Associated Press. “Some of the Deadliest Plane Crashes on Takeoff.” August, 20, 2008. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Staffing, Communication Problems Could Spell Disaster In Storm.” May 8, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Study: 50% Chance of Major Attack In Next 5 Years.” June 23, 2005.
Associated Press. “Study: Prisons Breed Homegrown Terrorists.” September 19, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Study Says Texas Needs Better Evacuee Plan.” April 18, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “Study Suggests Higher Iraqi Death Toll – Bush Says Report Is Not Credible; Expert Calls It ‘Politics’.” October 11, 2006. At:
Associated Press. “Tancredo: Time To Stop Funding Post-Katrina Recovery.” August 31, 2007. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “U.N. Natural Disasters Already Affected Millions This Year.” October 10, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “United States Mailmen May Deliver Antibiotics in Any Anthrax Attack.” October 1, 2008. Accessed at:,2933,431425,00.html
Associated Press. “U.S. Threatened to Bomb Pakistan, Musharraf Says.” September 22, 2006. At:,0,5981412,print.story
Associated Press. “Vatican Minister Slams Extremists’ ‘New Barbarism’.” September 28, 2006. Accessed at:,7340,L-3309164,00.html
Associated Press. “Vatican Stops Short of Apology as Muslim Leaders Decry Comments.” September 16, 2006. Accessed at:,2933,214127,00.html
Associated Press. “Wal-Mart Ramps Up Disaster-Relief Operations.” June 12, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “White House Staff Holds Hurricane Exercise.” May 24, 2006. Accessed at:
Associated Press. “WHO: Deadly Bird Flu Virus Mutating.” September 28, 2006. Accessed at:
Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC). Managing Emergency Preparedness: Academic Health Centers Organize and Innovate. Washington, DC: AAHC, September 3, 2008. Accessed at:
Association of American Railroads. Hazmat Transport by Rail. Washington, DC: AAR, February 2007, 4 pages. Accessed at:
Association of Contingency Planners. Website:
Association of Contingency Planners. Observations of Hurricane Katrina Lessons Learned. ACP, 31Jan06.
Association of Public Safety Communications Officials. APCO Homeland Security Commitment. National Homeland Security Consortium, National Homeland Security Consortium Meeting, Monterey Convention Center, Monterey, CA, May 24-25, 2005. Accessed at:
Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH). Centers for Public Health Preparedness. Accessed 26 Jan 2008 at:
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO). At-Risk Populations

and Pandemic Influenza: Planning Guidance for State, Territorial, Tribal, and Local Health Departments. Arlington, VA: ASTHO, June 2008, 126 pages. Accessed at:
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO). At-Risk Populations in Emergencies: A Review of State and Local Stories, Tools, and Practices. Arlington, VA: ASTHO, April 2008, 66 pages. At:
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO). At-Risk Populations Project: Federal and National-Level Document Review. Arlington, VA: ASTHO, August 2008. 22 pages. At:
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL), the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE), and the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). Public Health Emergency Preparedness: Six Years of Achievement. ASTHO, August 25, 2008, 10 pages. Accessed at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM). Madison, WI: ASFPM website, accessed October 22, 2007, at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM). “Association of State Floodplain Managers’ Floodplain Management Body of Knowledge.” December 15, 2007, 3 pages. Accessed at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM). “Hurricane Katrina Reconstruction Through Mitigation” (Press Release). Madison WI: ASFPM, September 9, 2005 (5 pages).
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Improving National Flood Policy in 21st Century. Madison WI: ASFPM, 2000.
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Improving the Pre-Disaster Mitigation Program. ASFPM, 14 March 2006. At:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Mitigation Success Stories in the United States. Washington, DC: FEMA, October 1999, 61 pages. Accessed at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Mitigation Success Stories in the United States. Madison, WI: December 2000, 88 pages. Accessed at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Mitigation Success Stories in the US. 2001.
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Mitigation Success Stories in the United States (Edition 4). Jan 2002. At:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. National Flood Policy Challenges – Levees: The Double-Edged Sword. Madison, WI; April 19, 2007, 11 pages. Accessed at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. National Flood Programs in Review, 2000. 2000.
Association of State Floodplain Managers. National Flood Programs and Polices in Review 2007. Madison, WI: ASFPM, 2007, 96 pp. At:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. No Adverse Impact Floodplain Management -- Association of State Floodplain Managers, 2004. Madison, WI: ASFPM/NAI White Paper, April 29, 2004. Accessed at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. No Adverse Impact: Floodplain Management – Community Case Studies 2004. Madison, WI: ASFPM, 2004. 73 pages. Accessed at:
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Planning Ahead: Reducing Flood Losses in the 21st Century (Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference, May 24-28, 1999, Portland, OR). 2000.
Association of State Floodplain Managers. Testimony of ASFPM on Repetitive Loss Strategy for the NFIP H.R. 2728 and H.R. 1297. 1999. Association of State Floodplain Managers, Inc. The Insider. Phone (608) 274-0123.
Association of University Chief Security Officers (AUCSO). Planning for and Managing Emergencies: A Good Practice Guide for Higher Education Institutions. UK: AUSCO and Higher Education Funding Council for England, 2008, 190 pages. Accessed at:
AT&T. 2007 AT&T Business Continuity Study: U.S. National Results. AT&T, 12June07. At:
AT&T. AT&T Business Continuity Study Results. AT&T, May 2007, 15 slides. Accessed at:
AT&T. “AT&T Study: Almost One-Third (30 Percent) of U.S. Businesses Do Not Consider Business Continuity Planning a Priority.” AT&T News Room, May 29, 2007. Accessed at:
AT&T. Business Continuity Preparedness Handbook: A Proactive Approach is Key. AT&T, April 2007, 28 pages.
Atkins, Thomas. “Davos-Interview - U.N. May Use ‘Flu-Casters’ if Pandemic Hits.” Reuters, January 28, 2006. Accessed at:
Atkinson, William. The Next New Madrid Earthquake – A Survival Guide for the Midwest. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1989.
Atwater, Brian F., et al. “Surviving a Tsunami – Lessons from Chile, Hawaii, and Japan.” U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1187. 1999.
Atwood and Major. Exploring the “Cry Wolf” Hypothesis. 1998.
Auf Der Heide. Eric. Disaster Response: Principles of Preparation and Coordination. St. Louis, MO: Mosbe, 1989.
Auf Der Heide. Eric. Disaster Planning, Part II: Disaster Problems, Issues, and Challenges Identified in the Research Literature. 1996.
Auf der Heide, Erik. "Principles of Hospital Disaster Planning." Pp. 57-89 in David E. Hogan and Jonathan L. Burnstein (eds.), Disaster Medicine (Philadelphia: Williams and Wilkins, 2002).
Auf der Heide, Erik. “The Importance of Evidence-Based Disaster Planning.” Annals of Emergency Medicine, V. 47, No. 1, Jan. 2006, pp. 34-49. Accessed at:
August, Robert A. Jr. “Technology-Independent Metrics That Bound the Special Nuclear Material Detection Problem.” Arlington, VA: Homeland Security Institute, January 2008. At:
Augusta Chronicle (GA). Graniteville Train Accident.
Aulds, T. J. “New Shelter Opens On Island Near Airport.” Galveston County Daily News, October 27, 2008. Accessed at:
Ausbrooks, Scott, and Erica Doerr.  Geologic Hazards and the New Madrid Seismic Zone.  Arkansas Geological Survey, Slide Presentation, Catastrophic Disaster Planning Initiative for NMSZ, Arkansas Risk and Response Forum, January 14, 2008, 38 slides. Accessed at:
Austin American Statesman. “Prince and Tumlin… Nation Needs More Than a Few Good Leaders.” 28Feb06.
Austin, Duke W. and Michelle Miles. “Crisis in Black and White: Katrina, Rita, and the Construction of Reality.” Pp. 151-176 in Learning from Catastrophe: Quick Response Research in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina. Natural Hazards Center, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, 2006.
Australia/New Zealand Standards. Risk Management (2nd Ed.) (AS/NZS 4360:1999) . 1999. Accessed at:
Australian Department of Health and Ageing. National Pandemic Influenza Exercise, Exercise Cumpston 06 Report. Canberra: June 7, 2007, 80 pages. Accessed at:
Australian Government Department of Transport and Regional Services. Natural Disasters in Australia – Reforming Mitigation, Relief and Recovery Arrangements (A Report to the Council of Australian Governments by a High Level Officials’ Group). Canberra, Australia: Department of Transport and Regional Services, August 2002. Downloaded from:
Australian Journal of Emergency Management. (Quarterly, Australian Emergency Management Institute, Main Road, Mt. Macedon, Victoria, 3441, Australia. 03-5421 5100, 03-5421 5272 (fax), URL:, e-mail:
Australian National Audit Office. Emergency Management Australia (The Auditor-General Audit Report No. 27, 2007-08 Performance Audit). Attirney-General’s Department, 92 pages, 16 April 2008.
Avaluation Consulting. “Business Continuity Myths & Facts.” July 7, 2008. Accessed at:
Avaluation Consulting. “Do You Need A Policy Statement?” August 20, 2008. Accessed at:
Avaluation Consulting. “Finding the Right Fit – Comparing NFPA 1600 to BS 25999.” June 23, 2008. Accessed at:
Avaluation Consulting and BSI Management Systems America. How to Deploy BS 25999, Second Edition. April 28, 2008, 23 pages. Accessed at:
Avaluation Consulting. “Supporting Employees During a Disaster.” July 21, 2008. At:
Avian Influenza Pandemic Conference Notes. Middlesex Community College, Lowell MA, December 6, 2005.
Avilla, Jennifer. “Companies Can Teach All Officials How to Plan for Hurricane Season.” The Enterprise (Beaumont, TX), May 26, 2006. Accessed at:
Avoiding Armageddon–Our Future, Our Choice. Internet material on PBS 8-hour special, Apr03.
AWARE. National Weather Service, Office of Meteorology, 1325 East-West Highway, Room 14370, Silver Spring, MD 20910, (301) 713-0090 ext. 118, (301) 713-1598 (fax), URL:
AXA Global Group. Climate Change website. Includes “The Effects of Insurance Changes and Climate Change on Small and Medium Size Enterprises in Britain,” and “Preparing for Climate Change – A Practical Guide for Small Businesses.” 2006. Accessed at:
Aysan. Keynote Paper: Vulnerability Assessment. 1993.
Ayyub, Bilal M. William L. McGill, and Mark Kaminskiy. “Critical Asset and Portfolio Risk Analysis: An All-Hazards Framework.” Risk Analysis, Vol. 27, No. 4, August 2007.
Azulay, Jessica. “FEMA Planned to Leave New Orleans Poor Behind.” The New Standard, September 4, 2005.
Azzam, Maha. “Al-Qaeda Five Years On: The Threat and the Challenges.” Chatham House Briefing Paper (UK), 8 pages, September 2006. Accessed at:
Babcock, Chester I. “The Chicago School Fire.” The Quarterly, National Fire Protection Association, January 1959, 21 pages. Accessed at:
Babington, Charles, and Shailagh Murray. “Parties Scramble for Post-Katrina Leverage.” Washington Post, September 8, 2005.
Babwin, Don. “Daley angrily wonders about slow response by feds to Katrina.” AP, 3 Sep 2005.
Baca, Sheriff Leroy D. (Los Angeles County). “Statement: Hearing on Homeland Security: The Next Five Years.” Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, 12 Sep 2006. At:
Bacevich, Andrew. “Chickens Are Home To Roost In Iraq.” The Australian, 27 Sep 2006. Accessed at:,20867,20481756-7583,00.html
Bachelet, Pablo. “South Florida Gets ‘F’ For Evacuations.” Miami Herald, October 12, 2006. Accessed at:
Bachmann, Helena. “Disasters Happen—But there are ways to reduce the risk and the damage.”, or, Time Magazine’s European website. 2001.
Badey, Thomas J. (ed.). Homeland Security 04/05 (First Edition). Guilford, CN: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, 2004.
Badolato, Edward V., et al. Hurricane Hugo: Lessons Learned in Energy Emergency Preparedness. Strom Thurmond Institute, SC, 1999, 44 pages. Accessed at:
Baggett, Larry. “Big Easy, Heed Galveston’s Precedent.” Beaumont Journal (TX), June 28, 2006. Accessed at:
Bahamonde, Marty J. “Testimony of Marty J. Bahamonde, Office of Public Affairs, Federal Emergency Management Agency, before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.” Washington, DC: U.S. Senate: Hearing on “Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans: A Flooded City, a Chaotic Response,” October 20, 2005, 5 pages. Accessed at:
Bahrampour, Tara. “Most Deadly of the Natural Disasters: The Heat Wave.” New York Times, August 13, 2002. Accessed at:
Bain. Application of Theory of Action to Safety Management: Recasting the NAT/HRT Debate. 1999.
Bain, Ben. “Cyber Storm II Gets Started.” Federal Executive, March 10, 2008. Accessed at:
Bajoria, Jayshree. “A Different Tack on Terror.” Council on Foreign Relations, June 25, 2008. At:
Baker. Hurricane Evacuation Behavior. 1991.
Baker, Al. “Congress Hears 9/11 Hitches With Federal Disaster Aid.” New York Times, July 13, 2006. At:
Baker, David R. “Hard Times In Big Easy, Efforts Intensify to Evacuate Living, Recover Dead.”, September 9, 2005.
Baker, Fred W. III. “Guard’s Lack of Equipment Puts U.S. at Risk, Chief Says.” American Forces Press, 24May07. At:
Baker, Gerard. “Confronted By The Islamist Threat On All Sides, Europe Pathetically Caves In.” The Times (London), 22Sep06.,,6-369375,00.html
Baker, Gerard. “The First Step Towards Defeating the Terrorists: Stop Blaming Ourselves.” The Times (UK), 11Aug06. At:,,6-2307863,00.html
Baker, John C., et al. Mapping The Risks: Assessing the Homeland Security Implications of Publicly Available Geospatial Information. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corp., 2004. Accessed at:
Baker, Mike. “Chertoff: FEMA Still Short of Hiring Goals.” Associated Press, June 7, 2006. At:
Baker, Peter. “An Embattled Bush Says ‘Results Are Not Acceptable’.” Wash. Post, 3 Sep 2005.
Baker, Peter, Susan Glasser. “Bush Says 10 Plots by Al Qaeda Were Foiled.” WP, 7 Oct 2005.
Baker, Peter. “Bush to Restate Terror Strategy – 2002 Doctrine of Preemptive War to Be Reaffirmed.” Wash. Post, March 16, 2006. Accessed at:
Baker, Peter, Spencer S. Hsu. “Katrina Video Refuels Debate Over Response.” WP, 31Mar06.
Baker-Rickman, Sheri. “Local Health Agencies Prepare for Bioterror.” Gladstone Sun-News, September 8, 2005.
Baker, Victor R., R. Craig Kochel, Peter C. Patton. Flood Geomorphology. Wiley-Interscience, 1988, 503 pages. Accessed, in part, at:
Bakier, Abdul Hameed. “Liquid Explosive Training Manuals Easily Attainable on Jihadi Forums.” Terrorism Focus, Vol. 3, Issue 32, August 15, 2006. Accessed at:
Bakir, Pelin G. and Hasan M. Boduroğlu. “Earthquake Risk and Hazard Mitigation in Turkey.” Earthquake Spectra, Vol. 18, No. 3, August 2002, pp. 427-447.

Balamir, Murat. "Country Report: Painful Steps of Progress from Crisis Planning to Contingency Planning: Changes for Disaster Preparedness in Turkey." Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Vol. 10, No. 1, March 2002. pp. 39-49.

Baldor, Lolita C. “Gates Rejects Emergency Command Proposal.” Associated Press, 9May2007. At:
Baldor, Lolita C. “General: Al-Qaeda Making New Cells in US.” Associated Press, 25July2007. At:
Baldor, Lolita C. “Guard Unable to Deal With 2 Hurricanes.” Washington Post, 17 Aug 2006. At:
Baldor, Lolita C. “Military Shores Up Hurricane Response.” Associated Press, 6 May 2006. At:;_ylt=AvTNH3Vo8l56lHakkYj6nulvzwcF;_ylu=X3oDMTA5aHJvMDdwBHNlYwN5bmNhdA--
Baldor, Lolita C. “Rumsfeld Comments on Intelligence Reports.” Associated Press, 28Sep2006. At:;_ylt=AlTTcfgGDkIQs2EzO0MeNxYD5gcF;_ylu=X3oDMTBjMHVqMTQ4BHNlYwN5bnN1YmNhdA--
Baldor, Lolita C. “Storms Worsen Nat’l Guard Equipment Woes.” Associated Press, 28Sep2005.
Baldwin, Thomas E. “Historical Chronology of FEMA Consequence Management Preparedness and Response to Terrorism.” Argonne, IL Argonne National Laboratory, November 6, 2002.
Balkin, Adam. “FEMA Set To Introduce Digital Emergency Alert System.” News10Now Online (NY), 4Aug06.
Ball, Nicole. “The Myth of the Natural Disaster.” The Ecologist, Vol. 5, No. 10, 1975, 368-371.
Ballard, Mark. “Building Code Changes Advancing.” Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA), 8Nov2005.
Ballard, Mark. “Building Code Push Reveals Divisions.” Baton Rouge Advocate, 18 Nov 2005.
Ballard, Mark. “First Mandatory Statewide Building Code Likely to Pass.” Baton Rouge Advocate, November 22, 2005.
Ballard, Mark. “L.A. Eyes Tougher Building Code.” The Advocate (Baton Rouge), 19Oct2005.
Ballard, M. “Senate Panel Backs Uniform Building Codes.” Baton Rouge Advocate, 11Nov05.
Ballen, Kenneth. “War on Terror Needs More Humanitarian Efforts.” Christian Science Monitor, March 2, 2006. Accessed at:
Ballenstadt, Brittany R. “DHS Touts Progress on Improving Recruitment, Morale.” Gov. Exec., 10May2007. At:
Ballenstadt, Brittany R. “Distance Between Best and Worst Agencies to Work Widens.” Gov. Exec., 19 Apr 2007. At:
Ballenstadt, Brittany R. “Union Official, FEMA Clash Over Morale Issues.” Gov. Exec., April 30, 2007. Accessed at:
Ballew, Mahidhara, Schnorbus. The great flood of 1993 and the Midwest Economy. 1993.

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