Every library should have a disaster plan in place. Regardless of the type of library, natural disasters can have catastrophic effects on its collections and artifacts. Dealing with Natural Disasters in Libraries provides an inside look at different disasters and how diverse types of libraries dealt with the consequences. This useful resource covers a wide range of natural disasters, including flood, fire, water damage, mold, sick building syndrome, and hurricane damage. Librarians from different types of libraries describe personal efforts to cope with real-life cases of disaster, and discuss principles and lessons which can be used to plan for--and better respond to--future catastrophic occurrences.Miller, Toby is the author of 'Dealing with Natural Disasters in Libraries', published 2007 under ISBN 9780789036100 and ISBN 078903610X.