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Course References: SERD-SET August

 
List of course references : School of Environment, Resources and Development
  - School of Engineering and Technology -- August, 2015 Semester
       
  Field of Study: Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management  
    IN84.01: Managing Disaster  
    IN84.12 : Floods and Droughts  
    IN84.21: Managing Disasters  
    IN84.31:Human Conflicts and Humanitarian Emergency Managements  
    IN84.9002: Selected Topic : Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance  
    IN84.9004: Selected Topic: School and Disaster Risk Reduction  
       
       
       

 

Courses Offered by School of Environment, Resources and Development - School of Engineering and Technology - August, 2015 Semester 
Field of Study: Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management 
IN84.12 Floods and Droughts Instructor(s) :   Tawatchai Tingsanchali
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 ESCAP. (1991). Manual and guidelines for comprehensive flood loss prevention and management. Bangkok :  United Nations. (United nation ; no. ST/ESCAP/933) Not available Link
2  New South Wales Government. (1986). Flood plain development manual : the management of flood liable land. Sydney : New South Wales Government. Not available Link
3 Tingsanchali, T.(1996). Floods and human interaction : experiences, problems and solution. Bangkok : Asian Institute of Technology. HD1676 T5 T3  

 

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IN84.31 Human Conflicts and Humanitarian Emergency Management Instructor(s) :     Mokbul Morshed Ahmad
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IN84.01 Managing Disasters Instructor(s) :       Indrajit Pal
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 ADPC. (2005). Disaster risk management in Asia : a primer.  N.p. : ADPC. Not available Link
2  Wisner, B., Blaikie, P., Cannon, T. & Davis, I. (2003). At risk : natural hazards, people's vulnerability and disasters. (2nd ed.). N.p. :  Not available Link 
3 United Nation. (2007). Building disaster resilient communities : good practices and lessons learned. Geneva : United Nation.  Not available Link
4 Pelling, M. (2003). The vulnerability of cities : natural disasters and social resilience. London : Earthscan. HT243 D44 P45  

 

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IN84.21 Managing Disasters Instructor(s) :         Masahiko Nagai
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Burrough, P. A.  (1987). Principles of geographical information systems for land resources assessment. Oxford : Clarendon Press. Not available  
2 Longley, P. A. ... (et.al.). (1999). Geographical information systems (Vol.I /II). New York :  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.   G70.212 G46 1999  
3 Morain, S. &  Baaros, S. L.  (1996). Raster imagery in geographical information systems. Santa Fe, NM :  ONWORD Press. G70.212 R37  
4 Murai, S. (1996). Remote sensing note.  Japan Association on Remote Sensing. Not available  
5 Murai, S.  (1998). GIS working book.  Japan Association of Surveying.  Not available  
6 Munich Re Group. World of Natural Hazards, CD-ROM. Not available  
7 United Nations Initiative towards Earthquake Safe Cities, Risk Assessment Tool for Diagnosis of Urban Areas against Seismic Disasters, CD-ROM, http://www.unisdr.org. Not available  

 

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IN84.9002 Selected Topic: Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance Instructor(s) :           Jayant Kumar Routray
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IN84.9004 Selected Topic: School and Disaster Risk Reduction Instructor(s) :           Jayant Kumar Routray
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