Tools and Methods for Estimating Populations at Risk from Natural Disasters and Complex Humanitarian Crises
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COMMITTEE ON THE EFFECTIVE USE OF DATA, METHODOLOGIES, AND TECHNOLOGIES TO ESTIMATE SUBNATIONAL POPULATIONS AT RISK
SUSAN L. CUTTER, Chair,
University of South Carolina, Columbia
The World Bank/ProVention Consortium, Washington, D.C./Geneva
City University of New York, New York
United Nations Population Division, New York
Ohio State University, Columbus
JONATHAN D. MAYER,
University of Washington, Seattle
DAVID R. RAIN,
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
University of Delaware, Newark
BARBARA BOYLE TORREY,
Population Reference Bureau, Washington, D.C.
BILLIE L. TURNER II,
Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts
JOHN R. WEEKS,
San Diego State University, California
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
National Research Council Staff
ELIZABETH A. EIDE, Study Director (from January 2006)
HEDY ROSSMEISSL, Study Director (until January 2006)
CAETLIN M. OFIESH, Research Associate
TONYA FONG YEE, Program Assistant (from March 2007)
NICHOLAS ROGERS, Senior Project Assistant (from August 2006 until March 2007)
AMANDA M. ROBERTS, Senior Project Assistant (until August 2006)