Countering Terrorism is the summary of The Natural Disasters Roundtable Forum on Countering Terrorism, held at The National Academies in Washington, D. C. on February 28 â€“ March 1, 2002.This event promoted a two-way process of knowledge exchange. In one direction, representatives of the hazard research community discussed lessons from past disasters that may help inform efforts to respond to and recover from acts of terrorism. In the other direction, key personnel who responded to the September 11 events, and to the anthrax bioterrorism that followed, helped to define new research needs applicable to terrorism.
National Research Council. 2002. Countering Terrorism: Lessons Learned from Natural and Technological Disasters. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10414.
|Contents of Report||1-15|
|Appendix A: Agenda||19-21|
|Appendix B: Speaker and Moderator Biographies||22-27|
|Appendix C: Related Links||28-28|
|Appedix D: List of Attendees||29-30|
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