Disease aftershocks - The health effects of natural disasters

International Geology Review


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While the initial activity of a natural disaster event may directly injure or kill a number of people, it is possible that a significant number of individuals will be affected by disease outbreaks that occur after the first effects of the disaster have passed. Coupling the epidemiologist's knowledge of disease outbreaks with geographic information systems and remote sensing technology could help natural disaster relief workers to prevent additional victims from disease aftershocks.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Disease aftershocks - The health effects of natural disasters
Series title International Geology Review
Volume 43
Issue 5
Year Published 2001
Language English
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title International Geology Review
First page 419
Last page 423
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