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APPENDIX
SELECT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT-RELATED TERMS & DEFINITIONS

Course Title: Hazards, Disasters and U.S. Emergency Management: An Introduction


By: B. Wayne Blanchard, Ph.D., CEM
Date of Last Modification: July 28, 2006

Note:
This “Select Emergency Management-Related Terms and Definitions” document has been compiled for use in the FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Project working draft course Hazards, Disasters and U.S. Emergency Management: An Introduction. This is not a comprehensive or exhaustive treatment of emergency management terms and definitions. Suggestions for additions are welcome and can be provided to Dr. Blanchard for consideration via email at: wayne.blanchard@dhs.gov.



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