Edited By: Uriel Rosenthal and Paul't Hart
236 pages, 16 figs, 8 tabs
The most recent floods in the Czech Republic, Poland and Germany demonstrated once again the continued vulnerability of modern societies to natural hazards. The floods of 1993 and 1995 provide a near-perfect laboratory experiment for crisis management. The main objective for the book was to enhance systematic understanding of national differences and similarities in flood management.
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