|Disasters Preparedness and Mitigation - Issue No. 73 - July, 1998 (PAHO-OPS, 1998, 8 p.)|
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W.3 M. de Freitas, Carlos, F. de S. Porte, Marcelo and Gomez, Carlos M. "Acidentes químicos ampliados: um desafio pare a saúde pública," Rev. Saude Pública, 29 (6): 503-14, 1995.
W.4 Heath, Sebastion E. et al. "Integration of veterinarians into the official response to disasters," JAVMA, Vol. 210, No.3, February 1, 1997.
W.5 Alexander, David. "The study of natural disasters, 1977-1997: Some reflections on a changing field of knowledge," Disasters, 1997, 21(4): 284-304.
W.6 Noji, Eric and Toole, Michael J. "The historical development of public health responses to disasters," Disasters, 1997, 21(4): 366376.
W.7 Cespedes, Roxana et al. "Estudio de síntomas respiratorios en escolares de las zonas aledañas al volcán Poas," Costa Rica, 1994.
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