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The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism

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Undertaken as part of the National Science Foundation's call for research associated with 9/11 terrorist attacks, this volume contains research addressing the immediate role and utility of geographical information and technologies in emergency management. It also initiates an on-going process to help develop a focused national research agenda on the graphical dimensions of ...more
Paperback, 274 pages
Published February 28th 2003 by Routledge
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Patrick
Interesting take on this matter nearly a decade later. It features the sophisticated mapping and locational tracking systems used by geographers in resisting attacks and mitigating the consequences of successful strikes. It would be interesting to look back at the available tools of the trade at that time compared to today's bleeding edge abilities.
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