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Designing Resilient Cities: A guide to good practice. / Lombardi, D. Rachel; Leach, Joanne M. ; Rogers, Christopher D.F. ; Aston, R; Barber, Austin; Boyko, Christopher; Brown, Julie; Bryson, John R.; Butler, David; Caputo, Silvio; Caserio, Maria; Coles, Richard; Cooper, Rachel; Coyne, R; Farmani, Raziyeh ; Gaterell, M.; Hale, James; Hales, A. Chantal ; Hewitt, C. N.; Hunt, D.; Jancovic, L; Jefferson, Ian; Mackenzie, Rob; Memon, Fayyaz A. ; Phenix-Walker, Rosie; Pugh, Thomas; Sadler, John P.; Weingaertner, Carina ; Whyatt, Duncan.

Bracknell : IHS BRE Press, 2012. 126 p.

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Harvard

Lombardi, DR, Leach, JM, Rogers, CDF, Aston, R, Barber, A, Boyko, C, Brown, J, Bryson, JR, Butler, D, Caputo, S, Caserio, M, Coles, R, Cooper, R, Coyne, R, Farmani, R, Gaterell, M, Hale, J, Hales, AC, Hewitt, CN, Hunt, D, Jancovic, L, Jefferson, I, Mackenzie, R, Memon, FA, Phenix-Walker, R, Pugh, T, Sadler, JP, Weingaertner, C & Whyatt, D 2012, Designing Resilient Cities: A guide to good practice. vol. EP 103, IHS BRE Press, Bracknell. <http://www.brebookshop.com/details.jsp?id=326925>

APA

Lombardi, D. R., Leach, J. M., Rogers, C. D. F., Aston, R., Barber, A., Boyko, C., Brown, J., Bryson, J. R., Butler, D., Caputo, S., Caserio, M., Coles, R., Cooper, R., Coyne, R., Farmani, R., Gaterell, M., Hale, J., Hales, A. C., Hewitt, C. N., ... Whyatt, D. (2012). Designing Resilient Cities: A guide to good practice. IHS BRE Press. http://www.brebookshop.com/details.jsp?id=326925

Vancouver

Lombardi DR, Leach JM, Rogers CDF, Aston R, Barber A, Boyko C et al. Designing Resilient Cities: A guide to good practice. Bracknell: IHS BRE Press, 2012. 126 p.

Author

Lombardi, D. Rachel ; Leach, Joanne M. ; Rogers, Christopher D.F. ; Aston, R ; Barber, Austin ; Boyko, Christopher ; Brown, Julie ; Bryson, John R. ; Butler, David ; Caputo, Silvio ; Caserio, Maria ; Coles, Richard ; Cooper, Rachel ; Coyne, R ; Farmani, Raziyeh ; Gaterell, M. ; Hale, James ; Hales, A. Chantal ; Hewitt, C. N. ; Hunt, D. ; Jancovic, L ; Jefferson, Ian ; Mackenzie, Rob ; Memon, Fayyaz A. ; Phenix-Walker, Rosie ; Pugh, Thomas ; Sadler, John P. ; Weingaertner, Carina ; Whyatt, Duncan. / Designing Resilient Cities: A guide to good practice. Bracknell : IHS BRE Press, 2012. 126 p.

Bibtex

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