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of Conventional Weapons Destruction

ISSUE 20..3 | NOVEMBER 2016 THE JOURNAL OF CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS DESTRUCTION Center for International Stabilization & Recovery James Madison University - MSC 4902 Harrisonburg, VA 22807 / USA Tel: +1 540 568 2503 Email: cisr-journal@jmu.edu http://www.jmu.edu/cisr

COMING IN ISSUE 21.1 | MARCH 2017 FEATURE: IEDs & Pressure Plate IEDs SPOTLIGHT: Bosnia and Herzegovina 20 years on

COMING IN ISSUE 21.2 | JULY 2017

ISSUE 20.3 | NOVEMBER 2016 | ISSN: 2469-7575

FEATURE: Evolving Nature of Survey and Mobile Technologies

• The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction Issue 20.1 ongoing: (print) ISSN 2469-7575 (online) ISSN 2469-7605 • For previous ISSN numbers visit www.jmu.edu/cisr/journal/about.shtml

SPOTLIGHT: Southeast Asia

CISR Director DR. KEN RUTHERFORD

The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction is a professional trade journal for the humanitarian mine action and CWD community. It is a forum for best practices and methodologies, strategic planning, risk education and survivor assistance.

Associate Director DR. SUZANNE FIEDERLEIN

The Journal Editorial Board reviews all articles for content and readability, and it reserves the right to edit accepted articles for readability and space, and reject articles at will.

CISR Publications Staff AMY CROCKETT, Communications Specialist HEATHER HOLSINGER, Communications & Publications Manager JENNIFER RISSER, Managing Editor BLAKE WILLIAMSON, Technical & Content Editor

Authors who submit articles to The Journal are expected to do so in good faith and are solely responsible for the content therein, including the accuracy of all information and correct attribution for quotations and citations.

Editorial Board STEVE COSTNER MOLLIE DAVIS SUZANNE FIEDERLEIN JENNIFER RISSER KEN RUTHERFORD LORI SHOEMAKER

Please note that all rights to content, including photographs, published in The Journal are reserved. Notification and written approval are required before another source or publication may use the content. For more details please visit our website or contact the managing editor. The views expressed in The Journal are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Center for International Stabilization and Recovery, James Madison University, or the U.S. Department of Defense. This publication was funded [in part] by a grant from the United States Department of State. The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author[s] and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of State.

R&D Review Board TOM HENDERSON MELISSA MCINTOSH NOEL MULLINER PETER REED

To help save natural resources and protect our environment, this edition of The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction was printed on 30-percent post-consumer waste recycled paper using vegetable-based inks.

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