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100 1  Voica, D.-R 
245 10 Response to Nuclear and Radiological Terrorism 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bIOS Press,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
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490 1  NATO Science for Peace and Security Series E: Human and 
       Societal Dynamics 
505 0  Title -- Preface -- Contents -- Introduction -- Improvised
       Nuclear Attacks -- An Overview of Weapons of Mass 
       Destruction (WMD) Proliferation -- Nuclear Terrorism in 
       the 21st Century -- NATO's Response to the Threat of 
       Nuclear Terrorism -- Assessing Radiological Weapons: 
       Attack Methods and Estimated Effects -- Strategic Response
       to Nuclear/Radiological Terrorist Attacks -- The 
       Prevention of CBRN Terrorism -- How to Face a Radiological
       Attack by Dirty Bomb -- Assessment of Radiological Risks 
       and Possible Ecological and Economic Damage from Large-
       Scale Natural and Man-Induced Catastrophes in Ecology-
       Hazard Regions of Central Asia and Caucasus -- TACIS: 
       Working Together for Nuclear Safety and Against Nuclear 
       Terrorism -- Future Concepts in Defence Against Nuclear/
       Radiological Terrorism -- Author Index 
520    This book presents the results of the workshop "Response 
       to Nuclear and Radiological Terrorism", organized by the 
       NATO Center of Excellence - Defence Against Terrorism (COE
       -DAT) in Ankara, Turkey, January 2010, under the 
       sponsorship of the Science for Peace and Security 
       Programme. This international workshop brought together 
       academics, experts and military professionals to discuss 
       and exchange views on the current threat from terrorist 
       organizations which may attempt to use nuclear or 
       radiological devices to achieve their goals. The workshop,
       and this book, also address the measures that 
       international, regional and national organizations must 
       implement in order to mitigate these threats, as well as 
       the eventual management of the consequences in the event 
       that such a device should be successfully exploited. The 
       workshop consisted of six panels: What is Nuclear 
       Terrorism; Assessing the Threat of Nuclear Materials in 
       Terror; How to Prevent Nuclear and Radiological Terrorist 
       Attacks; International Cooperation on Preventing Acts of 
       Nuclear/Radiological Terrorism and Future Trends and 
       lastly; and, Concepts in Defence Against Nuclear 
       Terrorism.These were supported by 18 lecturers from 
       various institutions around the world. The arguments and 
       insights of the authors whose essays are collected here 
       mean that this book will be of great interest to all those
       involved in dealing with the potential threat of nuclear 
       or radiological terrorist attacks and their consequences 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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650  0 Nuclear terrorism -- Congresses.;Chemical terrorism -- 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Kibaroglu, M 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aVoica, D.-R.|tResponse to Nuclear and 
       Radiological Terrorism|dAmsterdam : IOS Press,c2011
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       Societal Dynamics 
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