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Human Impacts on Amazonia: The Role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Conservation and Development
(Columbia University Press, 2006)
Resilient City: The Economic Impact of 9/11
(Russell Sage, 2005; 352 pp.) Read more
More than half the New York area airline workers laid off in the wake of last year's terrorist attack remain unemployed and face far greater difficulty finding new jobs than non-airline related employees, according to a survey released on October 22, 2002, by the City University of New York Graduate Center in conjunction with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM). Read more