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Beavers, James E., Dennis Mileti, and Lori Peek: 2000. “Dealing with Natural Hazards Requires A New Approach.” Natural Hazards Review, Vol. 1, No. 2, May, pp. 65-66.
Becerra, Hector and Amanda Covarrabias. “Isolated Elderly Are Calif. Heat’s Quiet Victims.” Los Angeles Times, July 31, 2006. Accessed at:
Becker, S.M. “Environmental Disaster Education at the University Level: An Integrative Approach.” Safety Science, Vol. 35, pp. 95-104, 2000.
Becker. Rebuilding for the Future…A Guide to Sustainable Redevelopment for Disaster-Affected Communities. 1994.
Becker. The Case for Sustainable Redevelopment. 1994.
Becker, Andrew. “Technology and Terror: The New Modus Operandi (Al Qaeda’s New Front)”. Frontline (PBS). 2005. At:
Becker, Joseph C. “Testimony of Joseph C. Becker, Senior Vice President, Preparedness and Response, American Red Cross.” House of Representatives, Committee on Homeland Security, 15May07, 8 pp.
Beckner, Christian. “Atlantic Magazine Interviews Sec. Chertoff.” Homeland Security Watch, 25July2006. At
Beckner, Christian. “Book Review: ‘Unconquerable Nation’.” Homeland Security Watch, 18Aug06. At:
Beckner, Christian. "Demos Report on the 'Business of Resilience'." Homeland Security Watch, 3Nov06. At:
Beckner, Christian. “DHS Approps Debate Continues in Senate.” Homeland Security Watch, 12July06. At:
Beckner, Christian. “DHS Identifies Priorities for 2007.” Homeland Security Watch, October 23, 2006. Accessed at:
Beckner, Christian. “Global Security Challenge: Remarks” (Global Security Conference, London). October 27, 2006. Accessed at:
Beckner, Christian. “Is There Stall A Terrorist Threat? (Yes).” Homeland Security Watch, August 21, 2006. At:
Beckner, Christian. “National Fragility and Homeland Security.” Homeland Security Watch, 9Aug2006. At:
Beder, Sharon and Michael Shortland. “Siting a Hazardous Waster Facility: The Tangled Web of Risk Communication” Public Understanding of Science, Vol. 1, no 2, 1992, pp139-160.
Beggs, Dale. “What Private Sector Employers Expect From EM Graduates.” IAEM Bulletin, June 2008, pp. 17 & 27).
Beggs, Haines & Hurlbert. The Effects of Personal Network and Local Community Contexts. 1996.
Behn, Sharon. “Afghan Envoy Seeks Military, Financial Aid.” Washington Times, September 11, 2006. Accessed at:
Behn, Sharon. “Afghan Leader Slams Musharraf’s Policies.” Washington Times, September 26, 2006. Accessed at:
Behn, Sharon. “Terrorist Growth Overtakes U.S. Efforts.” The Washington Times, March 2, 2006. Accessed at:
Behn, Sharon. “Zarqari, al Qaeda Are Heading Out [of Iraq], U.S. General Says.” Washington Times, 14April2006. At:
Beinart, Peter. “Blowback” (War on Terror). The Atlantic Online, March 2005, 7 pages. Accessed at:
Beitler, Stu. “Royalton, IL Gas Explosion In Coal Mine, Oct 1914.” Posted March 4, 2008 at:,-il-gas-explosion-coal-mine,-oct-1914
Bekdil, Burak. "Is There an Islamic Fundamentalist Threat in Turkey?" Turkish Daily News, October 4, 2006. Accessed at:
Bell, Beverly. “Making The Most of EMAC.” Emergency Management Assistance Compact, June 2007. Accessed at:
Bell, Beverly. “NEMA Report Provides Insight Into EM Funding Issues.” IAEM Bulletin, Vol. 24, No. 3, March 2007.pp. 9 & 11.
Bell, Beverly. “Report Praises EMAC Response: Compact Lauded for Accomplishments During Hurricane Season.” State News, January 2007, pp. 30-32. Accessed at:
Bell, Beverly. “Success Stories – EMAC Education Pays Off.” Emergency Management Assistance Compact, July, 2007, 2 pages. Accessed at:
Bell, Beverly. “The Emergency Management Assistance Compact – An Introduction.” Emergency Management Assistance Compact, May 2007. At:
Bell, Beverly. “The Future of EMAC.” Emergency Management Assistance Compact, August, 2007, 2 pages. Accessed at:
Bell, Brenda. “The Liquid Earth.” Atlantic Online (Atlantic Monthly Digital Edition), Jan 1999
Bell, David A. “Was 9/11 Really That Bad? – The Attacks Were A Horrible Act of Mass Murder, But History Says We’re Overreacting.” Los Angeles Times, January 28, 2007. At:,0,3764261.story?coll=la-opinion-rightrail
Bell, Fred G. 1999. Geologic Hazards: Their Assessment, Avoidance and Mitigation. London and New York: E & FN Spon, An Imprint of Routledge.
Bell, Joe. “Katrina More Than A Natural Disaster.”, 12 Sep 2005.
Bell. John. “Annotated Version of Unpublished Legal Appendix to March, 1993 NAPA Report ‘Coping With Catastrophe’.” February 17, 1993, 57 pages. [Includes May 2006 annotations by William Cummings, Vacation Lane Group.]
Bell, William C. and Cham E. Dallas. “Vulnerability of Populations and the Urban Health Care Systems to Nuclear Weapon Attack–Examples from Four American Cities.” International Journal of Health Geographics, V.6, No.5, Feb 2007.
Bellavita, Christopher. “Changing Homeland Security: Shape Patterns, Not Programs.” Homeland Security Affairs Journal, Vol. II, Issue 3, October 2006. Accessed at:
Bellavita, Christopher, and Ellen M. Gordon. “Changing Homeland Security: Teaching the Core.” Homeland Security Affairs, Vol. II, Issue 1, Article 1, 19 pages, 2006. Accessed at:
Bellavita, Christopher. “Changing Homeland Security: Ten Essential Homeland Security Books.” Homeland Security Affairs, V. III, Is.1, Feb3007. At:
Bellavita, Christopher. “Changing Homeland Security: The Issue-Attention Cycle.” Homeland Security Affairs, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Article 1 (4 pages) Summer 2005.
Bellavita, Christopher. “Changing Homeland Security: The Year In Review – 2007.” Homeland Security Affairs, V. 4, Is.1, Jan 2008.
Bellavita, Christopher. “Changing Homeland Security: What is Homeland Security?” Homeland Security Affairs, Vol. IV, Issue 2, June 2008. At:
Bellavita, Christopher. “Changing Homeland Security: What Should Homeland Security Leaders Be Talking About?.” Homeland Security Affairs. Vol. II, Issue 2, July 2006. Accessed at:

Bellavita, Christopher. “What is Preventing Homeland Security?” Homeland Security Affairs, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Article 3 (11 pages) Summer 2005.
Bellingham Herald (WA). “Our View: Homeland Security, State Blind To Disaster Realities.” 27July2006. At:
Belopotosky, Danielle. “Congress to Look at Agencies’ Efforts to Fight Avian Flu.” National Journal Technology Daily, February 22, 2006. Accessed at:
Below, Patrick J., George L. Morrisey and Betty L. Acomb. Executive Guide to Strategic Planning. Jossey-Bass, 1987.
Ben-Meir, Alon. “Iraq’s Failed Policy.” Muslim World Today, October 6, 2006. Accessed at:
Bender, Bryan. “Chronology of Errors: How a Disaster Spread.” Boston Globe, 11 Sep 2005.
Bender, Bryan. “Cost of Iraq War Nearly $2B a Week.” Boston Globe, September 28, 2006. At:
Bender, Steven. The Vulnerability Context of Disasters. 1999.
Benedict, Pope. “Lecture of the Holy Father, Aula Magna of the University of Regensburg – Faith, Reason and the University: Memories and Reflections.” September 12, 2006. At:
Benfield Hazard Research Center. Hazard & Risk Science Review 2004. UK: Univ. College London, 2004, 36 pages. At:
Benjamin, Daniel (Ed.). America and the World In The Age of Terror – A New Landscape in International Relations. Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2005.
Benjamin, Daniel and Steve Simon. “How Bush throws gasoline on jihadist fire”. The Globe and Mail. 19 November 2005.
Benjamin, Daniel and Steven Simon. “Of Course Iraq Made It Worse.” Wash. Post, 30 Sep 2006.
Benjamin, Daniel. Strategic Counterterrorism. Washington DC: Brookings Institution Policy Paper No. 7, October 2008, 21 pages. Accessed at:
Benjamin, Daniel, and Steven Simon. The Age of Sacred Terror. NY: Random House, 2002.
Benjamin, Daniel and Steven Simon. The Next Attack: The Failure of the War on Terror and a Strategy for Getting It Right. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2005, 346 pages.
Benjamin, Daniel. “Why Do Terrorists Love To Strike Around Elections?” Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, October 22, 2008. Accessed at:
Benjamin, Mark. “Communications Breakdown: As the Katrina Disaster Unfolded, Many Emergency Responders Had No Way to Talk to Each Other.” Accessed at:
Benn, Denis. 2001. “Earthquakes in El Salvador and India – Asking the Right Questions, Finding the Right Solutions.” UNISDR Monthly Highlights, Vol. IV, Issue 1, January.
Bennett, Brian and Douglas Waller. “Thwarting the [British]Airline Plot: Inside the Investigation.” Time, August 10, 2006. At:,8599,1225453,00.html
Bennett, Brian. “Why Brown’s Direct Line Failed.” Time, February 10, 2006. Accessed at:,8816,1158805,00.html
Bennetto, Jason. “Police to Toughen Approach to Islamic Extremists.” The Independent (UK), October 7, 2006. Accessed at:
Bennhold, Katrin. “In Europe’s Terror Fight, The Rights Issue.” International Herald Tribune, 14Apr06. At:
Benson and Clay. Disasters, Vulnerability and the Global Economy. 2002.
Benson, Charlotte, and John Twigg. “Measuring Mitigation” – Methodologies for Assessing Natural Hazard Risks and the Net Benefits of Mitigation: A Scoping Study. Geneva, Switzerland: ProVention Consortium, 2004. (Main paper, 254 pages; Synthesis Report, 28 pages; Policy Brief, 4 pages. Downloaded on April 15, 2005 from:
Benson, Charlotte, and John Twigg, with Tiziana Rottetto. Tools for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction: Guidance Notes for Development Organizations. Geneva: ProVention Consortium Secretariat, and International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Jan 2007, 184 pp.
Bentley, Emily, and William L. Waugh, Jr. “Katrina and the Necessity for Emergency Management Standards.” Journal of Emergency Management, Vol. 3, No. 5, Sep/Oct 2005.
Beren, Norris L. “Guest Column: Emergency Preparedness: A Company That Understands and Acts.” Rock River Times (Rockford IL), April 6, 2006. Accessed at:
Bergen, Peter. “Al-Qaeda, Still in Business.” Washington Post, July 2, 2006. Accessed at:
Bergen, Peter. Holy War: Inside the Secret World of Osama bin Laden Inc. London: Phoenix Paperback, 2002, 303 pages.
Bergen, Peter and Paul Cruickshank. “London Broil – Why Are British Pakistanis So Angry? In A Word, Kashmir.” The New Republic, September 4, 2006. Accessed at:
Bergen, Peter. “Safe at Home. New York Times, December 13, 2008. Accessed at:
Bergen, Peter, and Warren Bass. “Terrorism: Experts’ Picks.” Washington Post, 16July06. At:
Bergen, Peter. “The Long Hunt For Osama” (War on Terror). The Atlantic Online, October 2004, 12 pages. Accessed at:
Bergen, Peter. “They Will Strike Again – Europe Is Fast Becoming the Staging Ground For Terror Attacks On The U.S.” Los Angeles Times, December 12, 2004. Accessed at:
Berger, Eric. “Focus on Sheltering, Storm Experts Urge: They Say Inland Residents Need to be Accommodated During a Hurricane.” Houston Chronicle, May 27, 2007. Accessed at:
Berger, Eric. “Perry Says Disaster Plan Flawed – Governor Insists Military Shouldn’t Intervene Without Local Consent.” Houston Chronicle, April 4, 2006. Accessed at:
Berger, Eric. “Perry Slams Local Plan For Disaster Committee.” Houston Chronicle, April 19, 2006. Accessed at:
Berger, Eric. “Thousands Could Die If A Giant Tornado Ever Hits Houston.” Houston Chronicle, 20 Feb 2007. At:
Berger, Matthew E.. “GAO Says FEMA, Red Cross Must Coordinate More to Deal With Hurricanes, Disasters.” CQ Homeland Security – Local Response, June 8, 2006.
Berger, Matthew E.. “House Bill To Extract FEMA From DHS Gains Backing of Leading Union.” CQ Homeland Security, June 20, 2006.
Berger, Matthew W. “Technology to Detect Explosive Liquids, Gels May Take Years to Bring to Market.” CQ Homeland Security, August 10, 2006 Accessed at.
Berglund, Carl. “Muslims in Sweden.” eBaumn’s World Forum, November 25, 2004. Accessed at:
Berke, Philip R. and Timothy Beatley. “Alternative Measures for Reducing Seismic Hazards.” Chapter 6 (pp. 105-144) in Planning For Earthquakes: Risk, Politics, and Policy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Berke, Philip R. and Timothy Beatley. A National Assessment of Local Earthquake Mitigation:

Implications for Planning and Public Policy. 1992.
Berke, Philip R. and Ruch. Application of a Computer System for Hurricane Emergency Response and Land Use Planning. 1985.
Berke, Philip R. and Conroy. Are We Planning for Sustainable Development? An Evaluation of 30 Comprehensive Plans. 2000.
Berke, Philip R. et al. Enhancing Plan Quality: Evaluating the Role of State Planning Mandates for Natural Hazard Mitigation. 1995.
Berke, Philip R. et al. Influences on Local Adoption of Planning Measures for Earthquake Hazard Mitigation. 1989.
Berke, Philip. Natural Hazard Reduction/Sustainable Development: Global Assessment. 1995.
Berke, Philip R. and Timothy Beatley. Planning For Earthquakes: Risk, Politics, and Policy. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.
Berke, Philip R. Recovery after Disaster: Achieving Sustainable Development, Mitigation and Equity. 1993.
Berke, French. The Influence of State Planning Mandates on Local Planning Quality. 1994.
Berker-Keippala, Brandy Christine. “Community Level Mitigation – Policies and Practices.” Institute for Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management, George Washington University. January 2003. Accessed at:
Berman, Russell. “Plan To Combat Bird Flu Put Into Effect.” New York Sun, July 28, 2006. Accessed at:
Bernstein, Mark A., et al. Rebuilding Housing Along the Mississippi Coast. RAND Corp., 2006. Accessible at:
Bernstein, Sharon. “Eleven Years After Northridge, Resolve Fades Over Quake Safety.” Los Angeles Times, November 5, 2005.
Bernstein, Sharon, and Ashley Powers. “High in Quake Vulnerability, San Bernardino Low in Retrofits.” Los Angeles Times, October 14, 2005.
Bernstein, Sharon. “Los Angeles County Getting Ready For The Big One.” LA Times, July 10, 2006. Accessed at:,1,418495.story
Bernstein, Sharon. “Most L.A. Buildings Not Checked For Damage From Northridge Quake.” LA Times, 17Sep06.,0,3174645,print.story
Bernstein, Sharon. “No Funds To Print Disaster Pamphlet – L.A. County Says It Does Not Have $30,000 to Distribute A Booklet To Help People With Special Needs Survive After Earthquake.” LA Times, 8June2006.,1,352959.story
Bernstein, Sharon. “State Called Unready For Big Quake.” Los Angeles Times, April 21, 2006.
Beroggi, Giampiero. “Guest Editorial Introduction: Socio-Technological Aspects in Disaster Mitigation.” Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Vol. 9, No. 3, September 2001.
Bernstein, Sharon. “Southland Not Ready for Disaster.” Los Angeles Times, 17 Sept 2005.
Berry and King. Tropical Cyclone Awareness and Education Issues for Far North Queensland School Students. 1998.
Berry, Deborah Barfield. “King: I’m Looking For Answers.” Long Island Newsday, 16Sep05.
Berz, G. et al. 2001. “World Map of Natural Hazards – A Global View of the Distribution and Intensity of Significant Exposures.” Natural Hazards, Vol. 23, No’s. 2-3, March, pp. 443-465.
Bettenhausen, Matt (Director, State of California Governor’s Office of Homeland Security). Implementing the Homeland Security Information Network – A Pilot State Perspective (Slide presentation, National Homeland Security Consortium Meeting, Monterey Convention Center, Monterey, CA, May 24-25, 2005. Fifteen slides.
Betts, Richard K. “Maybe I’ll Stop Driving” (Commentary on John Muller’s “Six Rather Unusual Propositions About Terrorism”). Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol. 17, No. 4, Autumn 2005, pp. 507-510.
Bevin, Jack. The Deadliest Atlantic Tropical Cyclones, 1492-1996. April 22 1997 update of NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS NHC 47 (The Deadliest Atlantic Tropical Cyclones, 1492-1996 by Edward N. Rappaport and Jose Fernandez-Partagas, May 28, 1995). Accessed at:
Beyond Kyoto: Advancing The International Effort Against Climate Change. Six papers developed for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, July 2003.
Bhadrakumar, M.K. “Afghanistan: Why NATO Cannot Win.” Asian Times, September 30, 2006. Accessed at:
Bhadrakumar, M.K. “The Day That Changed Afghanistan.” Asian Times, June 3, 2006. Accessed at:
Bialik, Carl. “Lessons From the 1918 Flu.” Wall Street Journal, November 3, 2005.
Biby, Daniel J. “Managing the Mess.” Continuity Insights, Vol. 4, September-October 2005.
Biden, Senator Joseph R. Jr. “Biden Outlines Four-Part Plan to Make America Safer.” Press Release. September 7, 2006. At:
Biel, Steven (Ed.). American Disasters. New York: New York University Press, 2001.
Biello, David. “When the Levee Breaks: Is the Culprit Rain – or Overdevelopment?: Paving over and farming on floodplains blamed for record floods in the Midwest.” Scientific American, June 19, 2008. Accessed at:
Bier, Vicki. “Hurricane Katrina as a Bureaucratic Nightmare.” Pp. 243-254 in: Daniels, Ronald J., Donald F. Kettl, and Howard Kunreuther (eds.). On Risk and Disaster: Lessons From Hurricane Katrina. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006.
Biggers, Jeff. “In Coal Blood: Mining Disasters Are Reflection of Energy-Policy Disasters.”, August 15, 2007. Accessed at:
Bigley, Gregory A. and Karlene H. Roberts. “The Incident Command System: High-Reliability Organizing for Complex and Volatile Task Environments.” Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 44, No. 6, pp. 1281-1299, 2001. Accessed at:
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