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Natural hazards and disasters are known to cause irreversible loss to life and property. There has been a drastic shift in the earth’s atmosphere which has aggravated the impact as well as risk of such disasters. This book brings forth some path-breaking studies in the field of disaster management. It unravels the currently existing as well as futuristic models and methods to monitor and understand disasters as well as minimize their effects. Some of the diverse areas covered in this elaborate book are sensitivity and evaluation of fire risks, studies on precipitation, risks associated with flood, etc. This book will benefit students, academicians, environmentalists, climatologists and anyone else associated with this discipline.
Number of Pages: 201
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Street Date: May 28, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-32-2483
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