5 edition of The environment as hazard found in the catalog.
The environment as hazard
|Statement||Ian Burton, Robert W. Kates, Gilbert F. White.|
|Contributions||Kates, Robert W., White, Gilbert F. 1911-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 290p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
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The Environment as Hazard (2E) is yet another triumph for the indefatigable team of Ian Burton, Bob Kates, and Gilbert White." --Susan L. Cutter, Ph.D., Rutgers University "No book has had a more profound and lasting impact on the community of hazard scholars and practitioners than The Environment as Cited by: The Environment as Hazard.
The disastrous effects of natural hazards such as earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes are often called “Acts of God.”' Challenging that view, this work depicts natural hazards as extreme events in nature that are made even more dangerous by the acts or the neglect of people/5(6).
Environmental Hazards is a clearly-written, authoritative account of the causes and consequences of the extreme natural and technological processes that cause death and destruction across the globe. It draws on the latest research findings to guide the reader from common problems, theories and policies to explore practical, real-world situations and by: The environment as hazard book The Environment as Hazard offers an understanding of how people around the world deal with dramatic fluctuations in the local natural systems of air, water, and terrain.
The Environment as Hazard (2E) is yet another triumph for the indefatigable team of Ian Burton, Bob Kates, and Gilbert White. --Susan L. Cutter, Ph.D., Rutgers University No book has had a more profound and lasting impact on the community of hazard scholars and practitioners than The Environment as Hazard/5(6).
The Environment as Hazard (2E) is yet another triumph for the indefatigable team of Ian Burton, Bob Kates, and Gilbert White." --Susan L.
Cutter, Ph.D., Rutgers University "No book has had a more profound and lasting impact on the community of hazard scholars and practitioners than The Environment as /5(6). The Environment as Hazard (2E) is yet another triumph for the indefatigable team of Ian Burton, Bob Kates, and Gilbert White.
--Susan L. Cutter, Ph.D., Rutgers University No book has had a more profound and lasting impact on the community of hazard scholars and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burton, Ian, Environment as hazard. New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type. Pursuant to ABif this environmental hazards booklet is made available to homeowners or prospective homeowners, real estate licensees and home sellers are not required to provide additional information on such hazards.
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It covers all the major rapid-onset events, whether natural, human or The environment as hazard book in origin which directly threaten humans and what they value. Inthe California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) gave Old Republic Home Protection approval to print the Residential Environmental Hazards and Homeowner’s Guide to Earthquake Safety book.
Every home seller and home buyer in California must receive the information in this book during the home selling/buying process. The Environment as Hazard (2E) is yet another triumph for the indefatigable team of Ian Burton, Bob Kates, and Gilbert White." --Susan L.
Cutter, Ph.D., Rutgers University "No book has had a more profound and lasting impact on the community of hazard scholars and practitioners than The Environment as Hazard.
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Many of these are caused by diseases, algal blooms, insects, animals, species extinction, deforestation, land degradation, and comet and asteroid strikes that have important implications for humans. Chapter 2 Hazard Classification Chapter 3 Routes of Entry & Environmental Effects Chapter 4 Gases, Vapors, Particulates, & Toxic Metals Chapter 5 Hazards of Liquids Chapter 6 Hazardous Chemical Identification: HAZCOM, Toxicology, DOT Chapter 7 Fire and Explosion Chapter 8 Electrical, Noise, Heat, Radiation, Ergonomic and Biological Hazards.
Traditional hazards related to poverty and lack of development affect developing countries and poor people most. Modern hazards, caused by development that lacks environmental safeguards, such as urban (outdoor) air pollution and exposure to agro-industrial chemicals and waste, prevail in industrialized countries, where exposure to traditional.
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The harmonized system for classifying substances for the hazards they present to the aquatic environment is based on a consideration of existing systems listed in The aquatic environment may be considered in terms of the aquatic organisms that live in the water, and the aquatic ecosystem of which they are part.
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Environmental health hazards are ubiquitous, affecting all aspects of life and all areas of nursing practice. As noted by the National Research Council inmore t new chemical compounds have been introduced into the environment sinceand new chemical compounds enter commerce each : Andrew M.
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In recent years, people have been exposed to several types of substances with broad spectrum due to the rapidly evolving technology.
One of these chemical substance groups are pesticides. Pesticides have been an essential part of agriculture to protect crops and livestock from pest infestations and yield reduction for many decades. Despite their usefulness, pesticides could pose potential Cited by: Hazardous Chemicals Handbook.
Book • 2nd Edition • When the heat liberated or absorbed cannot be accommodated by the surrounding environment, hazards are presented that can result in material damage.
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Overview. The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards (NPG) informs workers, employers, and occupational health professionals about workplace chemicals and their hazards. The NPG gives general industrial hygiene information for hundreds of chemicals/classes.
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Fisher. THE ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAMME 2 The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 3 Preface 4 OECD and the Environment 5 OECD’s Environment, Health and Safety Programme 9 Common policies and high-quality instruments for chemical safety 18 OECD and the rest of the world 21 Focus: Safety of manufactured nanomaterials 23 Co-operation in other areas of environment.
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America's nurses, an estimated 2 million strong, are often at the frontlines in confronting environmental health hazards. Yet most nurses have not received adequate training to manage these hazards. Nursing, Health, and the Environment explores the effects that environmental hazards Author: Andrew M.
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ISBNBiological hazards include exposure to harm or disease from working with animals, people, or infectious plant materials. Workplaces with these kinds of safety hazards include, but are not limited to, work in schools, day care facilities, colleges and universities, hospitals, laboratories, emergency response, nursing homes, or various outdoor.