Integrating Risk Assessment and Management and Disaster Mitigation in Tourism Development Planning in Jamaica*

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  • *This article draws upon a report prepared for the International Ocean Insti- tute. The research reflected in this article would not be possible without the assis- tance of those persons interviewed as part of this study. They agreed to meet with us to share their insights and experiences. We are grateful for their time, suggestions and frank opinions. Special thanks must also be given to Mr. Sean Henry and Mr. Agostino Pinnock for their research assistance during the original project. 1. R. Ahmad, ed., Natural Hazards in the Caribbean, Special Issue No. 12. The Journal of the Geological Society of Jamaica, (Mona, Jamaica: Geological Society of Jamaica, 1992). 108 pp. 2. Ibid.

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