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2.Limits to Forecasting Precision for Outbreaks of Directly Transmitted Diseases : NCEAS Research by John M Drake

3.Methodology for Modeling a Possible Chemical Warfare Agent Release: Link

4.Evaluation of Syndromic Surveillance Systems - Design of an Epidemic Simulation Model: CDC Research by David L. Buckeridge

5.The SIR Model for Spread of Disease: Link

6.BioWar: A City-Scale Multi-Agent Network Model of Weaponized Biological Attacks: Kathleen M. Carley et al.

7.Advanced Algorithms for Rapidly Reconstructing Clandestine Releases of Biological Agents in Urban Areas: J.H. Shinn et al.

8.A baseline urban dispersion model evaluated with Salt Lake City and Los Angeles tracer data: Steven R. Hanna et al.

9.Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO): EPA Software (Free Downloads Available)

10.District Response Plan - Base Plan: DC Emergency Management Agency

11.CDC Guidance for Post-Event Smallpox Planning: CDC Department of Health & Human Services

12.WHO | Alert & Response Operations:WHO | Alert & Response Operations

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