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The rural decline effect on emergency services communities and volunteers

  • Year: 2000
  • Author: Smith, John
  • Journal Name: National Emergency Response
  • Journal Number: Vol.15, No.3
  • Country: Australia

Population drift and rural decline are impacting on emergency services. Volunteers are fewer, the units' average age is increasing. Figures and trends in the Whyalla area are given.

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