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Cyclone Nargis: Disaster Engineering in…

Cyclone Nargis: Disaster Engineering in Burma/Myanmar

by Robert Lee Hadden

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A collection of maps and imagery, science journal articles, military reports and hotlinks in the geology, hydrology, transportation and geography of Burma, now called Myanmar. These maps were scanned and placed online in response to the Department of State and the US military planners who will be responding to the humanitarian needs of the cyclone and its aftermath. Available for free online at: http://www.tec.army.milBurma
  hadden | May 19, 2008 |
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A collection of maps on the geology, water, transportation, terrain and geography of Burma, brought together to help the disaster planners and engineers determine locations for hospitals, supply dumps, landing zones, transportation bottlenecks, docking facilities and other items necessary to bring relief to the emergency.
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