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Crisis Response Journal is the international publication focusing on response, resilience, continuity and security issues arising from large scale natural and man-made disasters, emergencies and terrorist attacks.
The aim is to bring agencies, disciplines and nations – as well as the private and public sectors – together in order to increase the understanding of their different roles and perspectives, thereby improving a unified response to large scale crises.
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SOLAR FLARES: CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Could a solar flare knock out the lights? How can we ensure critical infrastructure preparedness in the face of severe space weather? Dr Tony Phillips and Dr Madhulika Guhathakurta explain.
The above article first appeared in Volume 6 Issue 3 of the Crisis Response Journal.
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