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close this bookStructures Suitable for Emergency Storage in Tropical Countries (NRI)
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© Crown copyright 1987

This bulletin was produced by the Overseas Development Natural Resources Institute which was formed in September 1987 by the amalgamation of the Land Resources Development Centre and the Tropical Development and Research Institute. ODNRI is the scientific unit of the British Government's Overseas Development Administration and is funded from the overseas aid programme. The Institute provides technical assistance to developing countries and specializes in the utilization of land resources, pest and vector management and post-harvest technology.

Short extracts of material from this bulletin may be reproduced in any non advertising, non-profit making context provided that the source is acknowledged as follows:

O'Dowd, E. T., New, J. H., Bisbrown, A. J. K., Hallam, J. A. and Joy, Corinne. (1987) An evaluation of structures suitable for emergency storage in tropical countries. Overseas Development Natural Resources Institute Bulletin No.10., 78+vpp.

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ISBN: 0 85954-231-5
ISSN: 0952-8245

We wish to acknowledge the help we have received from Relief Agencies, the World Food Programme and ODA's Relief and Disaster Unit, also the many manufacturers who have helped with details. All errors are our responsibility.