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Balling, Robert C. Jr. and Randall S. Cerveny. “Compilation and Discussion of Trends in Severe Storms in the United States: Popular Perception v. Climate Reality.” Natural Hazards – Journal of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards, Vol. 29, No. 2, June 2003, pp. 103-112.

Ballman. Economy, Businesses Hit Hard By May Twisters. 1999.
Baltic, Scott. “ICS For Everyone.” Homeland Protection Professional, Jan/Feb 2004, 20-26.
Baltimore County, MD. Emergency Operations Plan. February 2000. Accessed at:
Baltimore Sun (Editorial). “FEMA By Any Other Name…” April 30, 2006. Accessed at:,0,5459047.story?coll=bal-opinion-headlines
Balz, Dan. “Clinton Draws Heat in Role Of a Conspicuous Critic – GOP Sees Political Motives as She Assails Disaster Response.” Washington Post, September 8, 2005.
Balz, Dan. “For Bush, A Deepening Divide.” Washington Post, September 7, 2005.
Balz, Dan. “Governors Oppose Federal Control of Guard.” Washington Post, 14 Aug 2006. At:
Balz, Dan. “Kerry, Edwards Criticize Bush Over Response to Hurricane.” W. Post, 20 Sep 2005.
Balz, Dan and Michael Abramowitz. “ President Tries to Win Over a War-Weary Nation.” WP, 12Sep06.
Bandar (Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud). “A Diplomat’s Call for War.” The Washington Post, June 6, 2004.
Bandow, Doug. “The Quality of Cruelty.” The American Spectator, September 18, 2006. Accessed at:
Banerjee and Gillespie. Strategy and Organizational Disaster Preparedness. 1994.
Bangor Daily News. “FEMA’s Second Life,” April 29, 2006. Accessed at:
Bankoff, Greg, Georg Frerks, and Dorothea Hilhorst (eds.). Mapping Vulnerability: Disasters, Development & People. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan, 2004.
Bankoff, Greg. “Time is of the Essence: Disasters, Vulnerability and History.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, Vol. 22, No. 3, November 2004, pp. 23-42.
Banks, David L. “Statistics for Homeland Defense.” Chance, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2002, pp. 8-10.
Bannon, Anne Louise. “Big Plan On Campus.” Homeland Protection Professional, Vol. 5, No. 8, September 2006, pp. 34-38.
Bannon, Anne Louise. “Not in Isolation: A Quarantine in the Event of a Pandemic or a Bioterrorist Attack Will Entangle Emergency Planners, Responders and the Public Alike.” Homeland Protection Professional, Vol. 5, No. 5, June 2006, pp. 20-22.
Banusiewicz, John D. “NATO Defense Ministers Gather in Slovenia to Discuss Afghanistan, Other Issues.” American Forces Information Service, September 28, 2006. Accessed at:
Banusiewicz, John D. “Rumsfeld: Terrorists Continue to Kill, But Also Continue to Fail.” DefenseLINK News, 10Feb06.
Barabak, Mark Z. “Nation’s Political Divide Is Highlighted.” Los Angeles Times, 12 Sept. 2005.
Barbassa, Juliana. “Thousands of Californians at Higher Flood Risk than New Orleans.” Associated Press, September 14, 2005.
Barber, Benjamin R. “Jihad vs. McWorld.” The Atlantic Online, March 1992, 9 pages. Accessed at:
Barbera, Joseph A., et al. “VHA-EMA Emergency Response and Recovery Competencies: Competency Survey, Analysis, and Report.” Washington, DC: Institute for Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management, George Washington University, June 16, 2005.
Barbier, Sandra. “Hurricane Services for Deaf Improved – TV Reports Must Offer Visual Presentation.” New Orleans Times-Picayune, July 9, 2001. Accessed at:
Barishansky, Raphael M. “The Future for FEMA: An Interview With R. David Paulison.” EMS Responder, 2Aug06.
Barkun. Disaster in History. 1977.
Barnecut. Disaster prone: reflections of a permanent disaster volunteer. 1998.
Barnes, Fred. “After Katrina: Three Things President Bush Could Have Done to Curb the Political Fall-Out.” Weekly Standard, August 29, 2006. Accessed at:
Barnes, Jay. Florida’s Hurricane History. Chapel Hill and London: UNC Press, 1998.
Barnes, Jay. North Carolina’s Hurricane History (3rd. ed.). University of NC Press, 2001.
Barnes, Julian E. “A Uniform Response?” US News & World Report, October 3, 2005.
Barnes, Steven D. “Dry Weather Stokes Fire Fears in Florida.” Orlando Sentinel, 19Feb2006. At:,0,6995354.story
Barnett. US Government Natural Disaster Assistance: Historical Analysis and a Proposal for the Future. 1999.
Barnshaw, John. “Beyond Disaster: Locating Hurricane Katrina within an Inequality Context.” Pp. 47-70 in Learning from Catastrophe: Quick Response Research in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina. Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Ctr., Univ. Colorado, Boulder, Special Pub. #40, 2006.
Barnum, Alex. “Gore Links El Nino to Global Warming – Summit Serving as Policy Platform for Treaty Position.” San Francisco Chronicle, October 15, 1997. Accessed at:
Baroud. Ramzy. “It’s Geopolitics, Stupid.” Khaleej Times (Dubai), October 1, 2005. At:§ion=opinion&col=
Barr, Major DeAnn (USAF). “Kansas Guard Troops Respond to Tornado Disaster.” American Forces Press Service. 9May07.
Barr, Stephen. “FEMA’s Image Still Tarnished by Katrina.” Washington Post, 20 Jan, 2008. At:
Barr, Stephen. “Government Must Change To Meet Future Storms.” Washington Post, 8Jan2006. At:
Barr, Stephen. “Homeland Security Employees Feeling the Blues.” Washington Post, 31Jan2007. At:
Barr, Stephen. “Hurricanes Past And Future Speed Hiring By FEMA.” Wash. Post, 13March06.
Barr, Stephen. “Morale Among FEMA Workers, on the Decline for Years, Hits Nadir.” Washington Post, September 14, 2005.
Barr, Stephan. “Security Won Out Over Workers, Study Says.” Washington Post, July 25, 2006. At:
Barr, Stephen. “Senators’ Bill would Set Standards for Homeland Security Leadership Hires.” (‘Federal Diary’ Column) Washington Post, November 23, 2005.
Barrett, Devlin. “Congressman Faults Manhattan DA Over 9/11 Fraud Cases.” AP, 12 July 2006. At:,0,2035234.story?coll=ny-region-apnewyork
Barrett, Devlin. “ID Would Limit Access To Disaster Sites.” Washington Post, 3 Sep 2007. At:
Barrett, Devlin. “Sen. Clinton Charges Bush Has Weakened Disaster Agency.” Associated Press, September 6, 2005.
Barrett, Edith J., Maria Martinez-Cosio, and Carrie Y. Barron Ausbrooks. “The School as a Source of Support for Katrina-Evacuated Youth.” Children, Youth and Environments, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2008, 34 p. At:
Barrett, Greg. “Baltimore Focuses on Its Disaster Communications – Radio Failure on Trip to La. Revealed Flaws; Officials Study Katrina Response; Loss of Contact Unlikely in Emergency, Officials Say.” The Baltimore Sun, September 14, 2005.
Barrett, Richard. Seven Years After 9/11: Al-Qaida’s Strengths and Vulnerabilities. London: International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, September 2008, 9 pages. Accessed at:
Barringer, Felecity. “Senate Backs New Controls for Projects By Engineers.” New York Times, July 20, 2006. At:
Barrow, Bill. “FEMA Clarifies Hotel Benefits.” Times-Picayune, September 4, 2008. Accessed at:
Barry, Dan. “Macabre Reminder: The Corpse on Union Street.” The New York Times, 8Sep2005.
Barry, Dan and Jere Longman. “A Police Department Racked by Doubt and Accusations.” New York Times, September 30, 2005.
Barry, Dave. “A Tip For The Hurricane Season: Try To Have Some Kind Of Clue.” Miami Herald, 8May06. At:
Barry, Jan, et al. “Ford, The Feds, The Mob; Making a Wasteland” (Part 1, Toxic Legacy Special Report). The Record (NJ), 2Oct005.
Barry, Jan. “Ringwood Is Not The Only Trouble Spot” [ToxicWaste]. The Record (NJ), 3Oct06.
Barry, Jan, Barbara Williams, Mary Jo Layton. “State, Citing EPA Failures, Says It May Step In” [Toxic Waste]. The Record, October 4, 2006. Accessed at:
Barry, Jan. “The Watchdogs Failed: Four Cleanups, Yet [Toxic] Waste Still Is Everywhere.” The Record, October 3, 2005. Accessed at:
Barry. John M. “A City Worth Saving.” USA Today, August 29, 2006. Accessed at:
Barry, John M. “…And How to Stop It [Corps of Engineers Pork Barrel Projects].” W. Post, 14 May 06.
Barry, John M. Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How It Changed America. New York: Simon & Schuster, Touchstone Books, 1998.
Barsky, Lauren E. “Disaster Realities Following Katrina: Revisiting the Looting Myth.” Pp. 215-234 in Learning from Catastrophe: Quick Response Research in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina. Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado at Boulder, Special Pub. #40, 2006.
Barton, Laurence. Crisis in Organizations II. South-Western College Publishing, Thomson Learning, 2001.
Baruch, Stephen B., and Merle E. Baruch. “The Mitigation-Quality-Performance Connection: An Integrated Approach.” Stephen B. Baruch & Associates, August 12, 2000.
Bash, Dana. Pew Poll Finds Public Concern Over Terrorism Not Increasing. CNN Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, August 17, 2006. Accessed at:
Bashor. International Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction. 1998.
Bass, Frank. “House Democrat Calls on SBA Head to Quit.” Associated Press, 14Dec2005. At:
Bastardi, Joe. “Hurricane Season Forecast 2006.” Accessed at:
Basu, Rupa and Jonathan M. Sarnet. “Relation between Elevated Ambient Temperature and Mortality: A Review of the Epidemiologic Evidence.” Epidemiologic Reviews, Vol. 24, No. 2, 2002, 13 pages. Accessed at:
Batchelor, John. “Theme of Jihad.” New York Sun, September 20, 2006. Accessed at:
Bates and Peacock. Living Conditions, Disasters, and Development. 1993.
Bates and Peacock. Long Term Recovery. 1989.
Bates, Frederick L., et al. "The Importance of the Social Sciences to the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction." Disasters, V. 25, 1991, pp. 288-289.
Bates, Todd. “Lessons From Katrina: Sick, Elderly, Disabled Need Help In Getting Out.” Ashbury Park Press (NJ), July 24, 2006. Accessed at:
Battles, John. Coastal Vulnerability to Sea-Level Rise. 2002.
Baton Rouge Advocate. “Holden: River Center Will Not Be Used As Shelter.” May 4, 2006. Accessed at:
Baton Rouge Advocate. “Our Views: Decide FEMA’s Fate in Pragmatic Manner.” May 8, 2006. Accessed at:
Baton Rouge Advocate. “Our Views: Get Together on Evacuee Plans.” August 25, 2006, Accessed at:
Baton Rouge Advocate. “Remember Lessons From Camille in ’69.” January 22, 2006. Accessed at:
Bauer, Brad. “Arrests Tied To Terrorism.” Marietta Times (GA), August 9, 2006. Accessed at:
Bauerlein, Valerie, and Ann Zimmerman. “Wal-Mart Moves Quickly to Provide Aid – The Federal Emergency Management Agency Could Learn From Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.” The Wall Street Journal, September 12, 2005.
Baughman, Bruce. “Testimony Before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security on ‘Are We Prepared?’.” DC: September 7, 2006. At:
Baughman, Bruce. “Testimony Before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Hurricane Katrina: Recommendations for Reform.” Washington, DC: U.S. Senate, March 8, 2006, 8 pages. At:
Baum, Andrew. “Disasters, Natural & Otherwise.” Psychology Today, pp. 57-60, April 1988.
Baum, Dan. “Deluged: When Katrina Hit, Where Were The Police?” The New Yorker, January 9, 2006. Accessed at:
Baumann, Orum & Puchalsky. Accidents Waiting to Happen – Hazardous Chemicals in the U.S. Fifteen Years After Bhopal. 1999.
Bavley, Alan. “Emergency Declarations Smooth Way for Vaccine Makers.” Kansas City Star, October 30, 2008. Accessed at:
Baxter, Sarah, and Tony Allen-Mills. “Bush Bungled Katrina Crisis, Say Brits.” Times OnLine, September 11, 2005.
Baxter, Tom. “Advisory Assignment Frustrates Firefighters.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 8, 2005.
Baxter, Tom. “Storms Boost One Governor, Weaken Another.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 19, 2005.
Bay, Austin. “Shock Troops for Disasters?” Washington Times, September 30, 2005.
Bayou Buzz (LA). “Jindal, Landrieu Urge Congress Aid for Hurricanes Gustav Ike.” 15Sep08.
BayouBuzz (La.). “Louisiana Recovery Authority: Jefferson Parish Adopts Flood Elevation Guidelines.” July 26, 2006. Accessed at:
BayouBuzz (LA). “New Orleans Receives ‘D’ For Disaster Evacuation Plan.” October 13, 2006. Accessed at:
BayouBuzz (LA). “U.S. Senators Ask President Bush For Disaster Reform.” October 12, 2006. Accessed at:
Bazile, Karen Turni. “Council: Rebuild Before Program Kicks In – St. Bernard To Adopt FEMA Elevation Rules.” New Orleans Times-Picayune, July 16, 2006. At:
Bazile, Karen Turni. “Toll Makes Katrina Deadliest La. Storm Since 1893.” New Orleans Times-Picayune, October 8, 2005.
Bazile, Karen Turni. “Trees Raise Ruckus at St. Bernard Levee.” Times-Picayune, 24Mar06. At:
Bazile, Karen T. “St. Bernard Warned on Flood Insurance.” Times-Picayune, 18July06. At:
Bazzi, Mohamad. “Evolving Al-Qaida, Still A Threat.” Newsday (NY), September 5, 2006. At:,0,763687.story?coll=ny-world-promo
BBC News. “Close Extremist Schools – Kelly.” August 27, 2006. Accessed at:
BC Management. 2001 Salary Survey. 2003.
BC Management, Inc. 2007 Compensation Report. May 7, 2008, 12 pages, Accessed at:
Bea, Keith. Disaster Evacuation and Displacement Policy: Issues for Congress. Congressional Research Service, 2Sep05, 6 pages. Accessed at:
Bea, Keith. Federal Disaster Policies After Terrorists Strike: Issues and Options for Congress. Congressional Research Service, June 24, 2002, 118 pages. Downloaded from:
Bea, Keith, Henry Hogue. FEMA Reorganization Legislation in the 109th Congress. Wash., DC: Congressional Research Service (Library of Congress), Order Code RL33522, 7July2006. At:
Bea, Keith. FEMA’s Mission: Policy Directives for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Washington DC: Congressional Research Service Report for Congress (RL31285), March 13, 2002, 24 pages. Accessed at:
Bea, Keith. Organization and Mission of the Emergency Preparedness and Response Directorate: Issues and Options for the 109th Congress. Congressional Research Service, September 7, 2005. Accessed at:
Bea, Keith. The National Preparedness System: Issues in the 109th Congress. Congressional Research Service, March 10, 2005. At:
Bea, Keith. “Transfer of FEMA to the Department of Homeland Security: Issues for Congressional Oversight.” Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service, 17 Dec 2002 .
Beach, Dana. 2002. Coastal Sprawl: The Effects of Urban Design on Aquatic Ecosystems in the United States. Pew Oceans Commission. Downloaded from:
Beamish, Rita. “Money Earmarked for Evacuation Redirected.” AP, Sep.17, 2005.
Bearden, Milton. “Afghanistan, Graveyard of Empires.” Foreign Affairs, Vol. 80, No. 6, pp. 17-30, November/December 2001.
Beasley, Ron. “A reality check from Seymour Hersh.” Middle Earth Journal. 28 November 2005. Accessed at:
Beatley, Timothy, David J. Brower, and Anna K. Schwab. An Introduction to Coastal Zone Management (2nd Ed.). Washington, DC: Island Press, 2002.
Beatley, Timothy. Applying Moral Principles to Growth Management. 1984.
Beatley, Timothy. Ethical Dilemmas in Hazard Management. 1988.
Beatley, Timothy. Ethical Land Use – Principles of Policy and Planning. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.
Beatley, Timothy. Mitigating Natural Hazards. 1995.
Beatley, Timothy and Kristy Manning. “Natural Hazards and Community Resilience.” Pp. 99-105 in The Ecology Of Place, Beatley and Manning (Washington, DC: Island Press,1997).
Beatley, Timothy. Planning and Sustainability: The Elements of a New (Improved?) Paradigm. 1995.
Beatley, Timothy and David Brower. Public Perception of Hurricane Hazards: Examining the Differential Effects of Hurricane Diana. 1986.
Beatley, Timothy and David Brower. Sustainability Comes to Main Street. 1993.
Beatley, Timothy and Philip R. Berke. “Time to Shake Up Earthquake Planning: College Station, TX: Texas A&M Hazard Reduction Recovery Center. Reprinted from, Issues in Science and Technology (National Academy of Sciences), Vol. IX, No. 2, 1993.
Beatley, Timothy. Towards a Moral Philosophy of Natural Disaster Mitigation. 1989.
Beatley, Timothy. The Vision of Sustainable Communities. 1998.
Beatty, Jack. “The Real Roots of Terror.” The Atlantic Online, December 5, 2001, 3 pages. Accessed at:
Beatty, Kyle A. “What would be the monetary loss if the 1896 St. Louis/East St. Louis tornado happened today?” Paper delivered at 21st Conference on Severe Local Storms, August 13, 2002. Accessed at:
Beauchesne, Ann M. A Governor’s Guide to Emergency Management. 1998.
Beauchesne, Ann M. Volume One: Natural Disasters – A Governor’s Guide to Emergency Management. DC: National Governors Association, 2001. At:
Beaulieu & Olmstead. Mitigating Geologic Hazards in Oregon: A Technical Reference Manual. 1999.
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