Post disaster recovery challenges in Sri Lanka

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  • Publisher: School of the Built Environment, University of Salford
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This is a joint publication of CIB Task Group 53 (Postgraduate Research Training in Building\ud and Construction) and CIB Task Group 63 (Disasters and the Built Environment).\ud This book is a collection of research papers based on a series of undergraduate research works carried out in Sri Lanka in 2007. The papers were submitted to, peer reviewed and accepted for a special session of the CIB International Conference on Building Education and Research (BEAR 2008), held from 11th – 15th February 2008 at Heritance Kandalama, Sri Lanka. The session was organised by CIB Task Groups 53 and 63.
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