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Natural Hazards

Impacts, Adjustments and Resilience

Edited by Ehsan Noroozinejad Farsangi

Graduate University of Advanced Technology

Natural Hazards - Impacts, Adjustments, and Resilience is a collection of chapters on recent developments as well as problems of current interest in the field of natural hazards by academicians, researchers, and practicing engineers from all over the world. It includes seventeen chapters and encompasses multidisciplinary areas within the areas of natural hazards such as resilience, reliability, crisis management, risk analysis, and simulations. This book is a useful reference for undergraduate and postgraduate students, academicians, and researchers across a variety of engineering disciplines as well as practicing engineers.

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Natural HazardsImpacts, Adjustments and ResilienceEdited by Ehsan Noroozinejad Farsangi

Published: June 30th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77525

ISBN: 978-1-83962-306-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-305-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-307-3

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

2040 Total Chapter Downloads

1 Crossref Citations

2 Dimensions Citations


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1. Disaster Management: A State-of-the-Art Review

By Jared Bly, Louis Hugo Francescutti and Danielle Weiss


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2. Flood Disaster Hazards; Causes, Impacts and Management: A State-of-the-Art Review

By Frank Jerome Glago


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3. Disaster Resilient Rescue of Coastal Community on Cyclone Warning

By Md. Shahin, Sanjida Akter, Prome Debnath and A.K.M. Mostafa Zaman


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4. Medical Provision of the Population within an Outbreak of a Traumatic Defeat an Earthquake: A Fundamental Tool of the Staged Health Risk Management

By Diana Dimitrova


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5. Question of Livelihood in the Light of Disaster: With Special Reference to Flood of Bahraich, India

By Keyoor Pathak and Chittaranjan Subudhi


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6. Simple Housing Solution Project: (Re) Building in Critical Situations

By Leandro Di Gregorio, Gustavo Guimarães, Fernando Danziger, Graziella Jannuzzi, Eduardo Qualharini, Aline Veról, Assed Haddad, Marcelo Miguez, Virgílio Cruz and Daki Bianchessi


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7. Disaster Management Process Approach: Case Study by BOSS for Disaster Response under COVID-19

By Arisa Yasui, Muneyoshi Numada and Chaitanya Krishna


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8. Households’ Adaptation to Climate Change Hazards in Semi-Arid Region of Mopani, South Africa

By Musa Yusuf Jimoh, Peter Bikam, Hector Chikoore, James Chakwizira and Emaculate Ingwani


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9. Flooding and Its Impact on Education

By Edson Munsaka and Sebia Mutasa


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10. Adoption of Conservation Agriculture as a Disaster Risk Reduction Tool in Chivi District, Zimbabwe

By Jestina Chineka, Nthaduleni Samuel Nethengwe and Hector Chikoore


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11. Disaster Relief Supply Management

By Yusen Ye and Hong Yan


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12. The Risk of Tsunamis in Mexico

By Jaime Santos-Reyes


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13. Natural Hazards - Impacts, Adjustments and Resilience

By Bhushan Mohan Raisinghani


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14. Performance-Based Design for Healthcare Facilities

By Wilfrid Gbenankpon Djima, Abdullah Can Zulfikar and Cüneyt Tüzün


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15. Evaluation of Liquefaction-Induced Settlement Using Random Forest and REP Tree Models: Taking Pohang Earthquake as a Case of Illustration

By Mahmood Ahmad, Xiaowei Tang and Feezan Ahmad


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16. On Modelling Extreme Damages from Natural Disasters in Kenya

By Carolyne Ogutu and Antony Rono


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17. Effects of Earthquakes on Buildings in the Ibero-Maghrebian Region

By José Antonio Aparicio Florido


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