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Early Warning Systems for Natural Disaster Reduction

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Edited By: J Zschau and AN Küppers
800 pages, 388 figs, 150 in col, 79 tabs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Early Warning Systems for Natural Disaster Reduction
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  • Early Warning Systems for Natural Disaster Reduction ISBN: 9783540679622 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #121918
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Bringing Early Warning to the People * Early Warning and Public Communication * Aspects of Disaster Management, Emergency and Social Response with Respect to Early Warnings * EWS for Hydrometeorological Hazards * EWS for Tropical Storms * EWS for Floods * EWS related to Drought and Mitigation of Famine * Monitoring and Early Warnings related to the El Nino Phenomenon * EWS for Severe Weather Phenomena in Mid and High Latitudes * EWS for the Mitigation of Geological Hazards * EWS for Earthquakes * EWS for Volcano Monitoring and Eruption Warnings * EWS for Tsunami * EWS for Mountain Hazards * EWS for Fire and Other Environmental Hazards * EWS for Rapid Damage Assessment and the Mitigation of Technological Hazards * The Role of Satellite Techniques in EWS * Special Problems of EWS for Developing Countries and Small Island States * Future Technology Needs, Accessibility and Affordability of EWS.

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Out of Print
Edited By: J Zschau and AN Küppers
800 pages, 388 figs, 150 in col, 79 tabs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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