TITLE: DISASTERMAN'S BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR by RUSSELL C. COILE, CERTIFIED EMERGENCY MANAGER, WWW.disasterconsultant .com. 1) AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY RUSSELL C. COILE (CEM) is a Certified Emergency Manager and is a Disaster Consultant listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, and Who's Who in Science and Engineering. Dr. Russell C. Coile received S.B., S.M., and E.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., and a Ph.D in Information Science from The City University, London, England. Colonel Russell C. Coile, USAF (Retired) is a graduate of the Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama, and a graduate of the USN Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island. Russell C. Coile now lives in Pacific Grove, California with Ellen his wife. They have three children: Jennifer Coile is a city planner consultant; Jonathan Coile is President and CEO of Champion Realty, Annapolis Maryland; and Andrew Coile is studying for a Ph. D. in Computer Science at the University Of California - Santa Cruz. 2) BACK COVER DISASTERMAN'S BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR by RUSSELL C. COILE (Certified Emergency Manager) is a detailed account of Dr. Russell Coile's life progressing through stages of scientific geophysical research interrupted by active duty in the US Army Signal Corps and Army Air Corps during World War II, consulting work in engineering designing radio broadcast stations, operations research for the US Navy and US Marine Corps, working for the Federal Emergency Management Agency on disaster management on natural disasters including earthquakes and floods in California, and working as a disaster consultant for the US State Department on Vice President Gore's Global Disaster Information Network program in Mexico, Turkey, Iceland, and England. Dr. Coile has published a number of disaster management papers and was invited by the Chinese Academy of Science to come to Beijing to give a seminar on earthquake preparedness. 4) KEY WORDS Disaster Preparedness, Disaster Management, Disaster Planning, Emergency Operations Center Design, Preparedness for Earthquakes, Flooding, hurricanes, Evacuation Planning, Training and exercising first responders for natural disasters, Community Emergency Response Teams.
EU Integration in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania
Author: Katy Fox
Pubpsher: LIT Verlag Münster
Category: Social Science
This is an ethnographic analysis of how the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) was deployed by policy makers and elites in the first year after EU membership, and how it shaped peasant livelihoods. Given the polarised nature of Romania's postsocialist agrarian structure, the CAP excluded peasants from its policies, and demanded they change their subsistence farms into commercial farms. Arguing from the premise that subsistence farms are actually peasant households working on different principles from farms altogether, it was possible to inquire into the resourceful strategies people deployed in their everyday lives.
Burke's career spanned a key period in Canadian architecture as the profession transcended its colonial beginnings to reach maturity with Canadian-born practitioners who converted both American architectural developments and European traditions into forms appropriate to the new Canadian federation. Burke's contributions to Canadian architecture include introducing the technology of the "Chicago men" to Canada and helping to establish a formal professional organization for architects in Ontario. Carr documents a comprehensive selection of Burke's works, including his firm's famous Robert Simpson store in Toronto, the first curtain-wall construction in Canada. She places Burke's life and career within the larger social context, addressing the influence of American architects and architecture, the sociology of professions, the organization of architectural offices, and the history of particular building forms. Toronto Architect Edmund Burke is not only a study of Burke's life and work; it is also an insightful look into the history of Canadian architecture.