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Natural hazard response and planning in tropical Queensland

John Oliver

Natural hazard response and planning in tropical Queensland

by John Oliver

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Published by University of Colorado Institute of Behavioral Science] in [Boulder, col .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Oliver.
SeriesNatural hazard research working paper -- 33
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,63p.
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13944258M

  David King is an Associate Professor of Geography in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at James Cook University, and is Director of the Centre for Disaster Studies, and the Centre for Tropical Urban and Regional Planning. He is a Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia. He has worked in North Queensland for twenty two years and was formerly at the University of Papua . context of land use planning, climate change adaptation and hazard mitigation. It is being developed as a book. It is also being taught as a subject in intensive block mode. 3. Climate Change and enhanced hazard impact on the built environment. The primary project that has been funded is “Adaptation of Built Environment to Climate Change Induced.

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