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Mr Charles Parrack

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Books

  • Piccioli A, Ashmore J, Kosareff K, Mamo J, Whitaker C, Obrecht A, Rule A, Rose Daniel B, Parrack C, Setchell C, Argeñal E, Zarins J, Richardson J, Kennedy J, Weber J, Urquia M, Nordlie Ø, D’Urzo S, Hirano S, Newby T, Ed., Shelter Projects 2015-2016, International Organisation for Migration (2017)
    ISBN: 978-92-9068-736-8
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Journal articles

  • Parrack C, Piquard B, Brun C, 'Shelter in Flux'
    Forced Migration Review 55 (June 2017) (2017) pp.7-9
    ISSN: 1460-9819 eISSN: 1460-9819
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  • Heywood M, Parrack C, Baiche B, Lockwood L, Richardson J, 'Testing Fibre Stabilisation for Earthquake Resilience of Earth Mortar in Stone Masonry Construction'
    Nepal Engineers' Association Technical Journal XLIII-EC30 (1) (2016) pp.67-71
    ISSN: 2091-0592 eISSN: 2091-0592
    Abstract Website
  • Flinn B, Parrack C, 'Shelter After Disaster'
    Fourth Door Review 9 (2016)
    ISSN: 1364-5110 eISSN: 1364-5110
  • Parrack C, Flinn B, Passey M, 'Getting the Message Across for Safer Self-Recovery in Post-Disaster Shelter'
    Open House International (2014)
    ISSN: 0168-2601 eISSN: 0168-2601
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Book chapters

  • Clarke P, Parrack C, 'Portugal 1755 Earthquake' in Shelter Projects 2013-2014, sheltercasestudies.org (2015)
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  • Kahn N, Parrack C, 'A market-based programme to improve housing in the mountains of northern Pakistan: Addressing seismic vulnerability' in Still Standing Looking back at reconstruction and disaster risk reduction in housing, Practical Action Publishing (2014)
    ISBN: 978-1-85339-839-1
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  • Schilderman T, Parker E, Blackett M, MacLellan M, Parrack C, Watson D, 'Conclusions: How does our approach to reconstruction need to change?' in Schilderman T, Parker E (ed.), Still Standing Looking back at reconstruction and disaster risk reduction in housing, Practical Action Publishing (2014)
    ISBN: 978-1-85339-839-1
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  • Kennedy J, Parrack C, 'The History of Three Point Five Square Metres' in Shelter Projects 2011–2012, Shelter Case Studies (2013)
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