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Catastrophic disasters : how do we assess capability and are we prepared?
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Safety in Australia : a publication of the Safety Institute of Australia
: 2006, 28, n. 2 - September
Includes: East Coast tsunami scenario; Perth earthquake scenario; Cairns cyclone/storm surge scenario
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