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Supervivencia Ante Calor Extremo / Survival in Extreme Heat (Paperback) (James Kavanagh & Waterford
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Summer heat waves have become more frequent and increasingly intense over the past 20 years. In a normal year, about 175 Americans are killed by extreme heat. Among natural disasters, only extreme cold not hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, or earthquakes takes a greater toll. Based on international protocols, Extreme Heat Survival focuses on what people can do before, during and after a Heat Wave to protect themselves and their property. Also included in each guide are smartphone QR codes that link to the websites of various emergency services agencies. Laminated for durability, this portable guide is an ideal source of quick and accurate information. This Latin American Spanish adaptation our our Extreme Heat guide is intended to present important information on disaster preparedness to the more than 45 million people living in the USA who speak Spanish as their primary language.
Number of Pages: 12
Genre: Nature, Reference
Sub-Genre: Natural Disasters
Author: James Kavanagh & Waterford Press
Street Date: March 14, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 247-46-9360
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