Earth, wind, fire & flood

Jacoby Jr., Edward F.
August 1996
New York State Conservationist;Aug96, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p2
Focuses on the efforts of the New York State government to improve its emergency response capabilities. Natural disasters that hit New York in 1995 and the response of the state emergency forces and volunteers; Assessment of the needs of affected communities; State Emergency Management Office's coordination of the provision of federal resources to support state response and recovery activities.


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