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    Dust in the Galactic Environment 2nd Edition
    Graduate Series in Astronomy
    Author: D. C. B. Whittet
    Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing
    Publication Date: 2002-11
    Number Of Pages: 320


    This book clearly describes the relevant observations and theories. I recommend it to workers in a variety of fields involving the interactions of solids and gases under conditions that are not encountered in our laboratories. The author is not at all shy about pointing out gaps in our knowledge and weaknesses in our interpretation, and the reader learns much in the process

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    Fire and Explosion Hazards Handbook
    of Industrial Chemicals
    Author: Tatyana A. Davletshina
    Publisher: Noyes Publications
    Publication Date: 1998-08-01
    Number Of Pages: 484

    Book Description

    This handbook provides ready information on the fire and chemical reactivity of commonly used chemicals. Its purpose is to provide basic information important to the safe handling of chemicals and to help provide guidance in responding to a hazardous materials incident, in particular, incidents involving reactive chemicals and materials posing fire and explosion hazards.

    The volume has been written for chemical handling specialists, first responders to hazardous materials incidents, and firefighters. The basic definition used for a hazard materials incident is any situation that may potentially lead to catastrophic fire or explosion, and or human exposure to a toxic chemical. This situation may result from a spill of a hazardous material, a leak from a storage vessel or shipping container, or the mixing of incompatible chemicals whereby a chemical reaction could occur resulting in the release of energy and generation of toxic and perhaps flammable by-products. The volume provides chemical specific information, providing the reader with rigorous information on the chemical of interest.

    This book is a compendium of chemical specific fire and chemical reactivity data and information. More than 1000 chemicals have been researched and organized into a reference handbook for fire specialists, chemical handling specialists, and plant safety engineers. The specific information provided for chemicals includes the flammability characteristics, recommended fire extinguishing practices, fire extinguishing agents not to be used, behavior in fires, burning characteristics, chemical reactivity with regard to water and common materials, incompatible chemical mixtures, containment and neutralization methods for spills. This reference book has been designed as a data bank for the hazardous materials handling specialist and industrial safety managers dealing with large chemical inventories. It is intended to be used by fire and loss prevention specialists and as a basis for developing procedures for safe storing and handling of chemicals. The authors have included an extensive physical properties section on chemicals, with information most pertinent to fire response situations.


    About the Author

    Tatyana A. Davletshina is consultant to the United States Agency for International Development on environmental and safety management issues for industrial operations in the republics of the former Soviet Union. For the last two years she has been on assignment in Ukraine, assisting in industrial waste management issues at steel plant operations and in the chemical manufacturing sector. Miss Davletshina is a safety engineer with degrees from the Donetsk State University, Ukraine, and West Virginia University, where she obtained a masters degree. She is also a member of the faculty of the Donetsk State Technical University, Ukraine and visiting professor to West Virginia University. She has worked extensively with Ukraine's National Academy of Sciences and has interacted on environmental issues with the Russian Academy of Sciences. She has contributed to the industrial press extensively and is the author of Noyes Publication's Industrial Fire Safety Deskbook.

    Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff heads the Industrial Waste Management Program to eastern Ukraine under the United States Agency for International Development. He has nearly twenty years of industry and applied research experience in polymers, petrochemicals, and environmental and energy management in the heavy manufacturing and processing industries. Among his experience includes nearly thirteen years as product development manager and specialist for Exxon Chemical Company's elastomers product lines, and he actively provides consulting for private industry in the polymer technology areas. He has contributed extensively to the industrial press by having authored, co-authored or edited over 100 reference books and numerous articles. Dr. Cheremisinoff received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering from Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, New York



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    Hazard Mitigation Projects

    Chapter 1, Introduction, gives you an overview and summarizes two FEMA grant programs and the Department’s role in mitigation. As you begin to define your project, be sure to check back to this chapter to make sure that it meets the eligibility criteria.
    Chapter 2, Pre-Disaster Planning, is an overview of the planning work that is best done in advance as part of the Local Mitigation Strategy. Some key steps that you should take before the next disaster are described. Many projects are prompted by a disaster, but after the storm is when things get hectic for everyone. Rather than wait for the aftermath, it is a good idea to identify other organizations that may be able to support your goals.
    Chapter 3, Post-Disaster Sequence of Events, is the first place to look when your community has experienced a damaging event. There are several things that you should do right away to help smooth the way for a mitigation project. Make sure you brief your elected officials as soon as possible, especially if the LMS points to projects other than acquisition or elevation of private homes. Another key step is to document damage as quickly as possible, with particular attention to “substantial damage,” as defined in your local floodplain management ordinance. This chapter includes a timeline for the application process.
    Chapter 4, Overview of Project Types, should be read when you’re working on the Local Mitigation Strategy, and again right after a disaster, to help identify effective projects. The more you understand about the different project types and the many decisions that go into defining them, the better off you will be. Some of these decisions will influence how you set priorities.
    Chapter 5, Beginning the Process, adds to the planning work covered in previous chapters, and sets up beginning the process. At this point you should have defined the project, so now you need to cover a few basic decisions before you work on the grant application. One important decision is how you will manage project implementation. Get a good feel for it before you get too far into filling out the application, in part because the cost of hiring an implementation manager can be included as an allowable cost in the project budget.
    Chapter 6, Preparing the Application, is very focused on helping you understand and complete the grant application. By the time you get to this chapter you should know the details of your project. Pay particular attention to Section 6.8, which defines allowable and unallowable costs. However, the most important sections cover estimating costs for the project budget. While there is a process to request funds if you have a shortfall, there are no guarantees that there will be funds available to make up the difference.
    Chapter 7, Application Review, is a quick overview of the application review conducted by the Department. Florida is one of only a handful of states that have been recognized by FEMA as a “managing state.” As such, the Department has assumed significant responsibilities for review and oversight. For you, this means faster service because many more decisions are made by the Department, rather than by FEMA.
    Chapter 8, Preparing for Approval, covers a number of things that you can do after the application is submitted to the Department. At this stage you can do a fair amount of work to get ready to contract for services by refining scopes of work, deciding how to handle the procurements, and applying for permits.
    Chapter 9, Approval & Paperwork, should be reviewed while waiting to hear the decision on the grant from the Department. Review the Subgrantee Agreement that you’ll execute with the Department. You may want to set up files and financial accounts as soon as you get a sense that approval is forthcoming.
    Chapter 10, Closeout & Financial Matters, is an overview of the closeout, including the final inspections and the final paperwork.
    Appendix A Resources, is a collection of reference information: Section 404 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, regulations, definitions, and citations for documents that are referenced, as well as others that may be of interest. Some documents are available on-line, and many can be ordered free of charge from FEMA. While use of acronyms is kept to a minimum, a key to the ones that are used is in Section 1.4.
    Appendix B Agreement & Forms, contains the standard Subgrantee Agreement that your community will execute with the Department, a sample Public Notice, a sample letter to request final inspection and closeout, the Project Completion Certificate, and the Department’s Project Closeout Checklist.
    Appendix C Joint Application, includes the Florida Joint Hazard Mitigation Grant Program & Flood Mitigation Assistance Application package and Completeness Checklist.
    Appendix D Sample Project Types – Excerpts from Applications, includes excerpts from sample applications to show the level of detail that is expected, for each of project types described in Sections 4.1 through 4.8

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