Current Relocation Practices Targeting Disaster Prone Communities in Developing Countries: Case Study San Francisco Libre, Nicaragua
Judith Cuadra*1, Janet Dilling*2, Ralph Brower*3, and Malaika Samples*4
*1Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306-2250, USA
*2Homeland Security and Emergency Management Program, Florida State University, Florida, USA
*3Askew School of Public Administration, Florida State University, Florida, USA
*4College of Education, Florida State University, Florida, USA
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