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Title:Building Resilient Communities: Lessons Learned from Long Term Recovery
Author(s):Maurer, Wes
Contributor(s):Olshansky, Robert B.
Subject(s):Natural disasters
Flood recovery
Geographic Coverage:Randolph County, IL
Allamakee County, Iowa
Abstract:The purpose of this document is to illustrate in detail the steps taken to investigate the long term recovery after the 1993 Midwest Floods as it relates to rural resilience, vulnerability, and the objectives of the Resilient Rural America project.
Issue Date:2012
Series/Report:MUP Capstone
Sponsor:National Science Foundation
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-11-08

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