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Natural Disaster Hotspots: Case Studies

Edited By: Margaret Arnold
184 pages, diagrams
Natural Disaster Hotspots: Case Studies
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These case studies complement the earlier ground breaking work of "Natural Disaster Hotspots: A Global Risk Analysis" published in April 2005. Three case studies address specific hazards: landslides, storm surges and drought. An additional, three case studies address regional multi-hazard situations in Sri Lanka, the Tana River basin in Kenya, and the city of Caracas, Venezuela.

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Edited By: Margaret Arnold
184 pages, diagrams
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