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Natural Disasters by Sorin Cheval (ed.)

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Natural Disasters
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535101888
Number of pages: 156

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The book Natural Disasters addresses the needs of various users, interested in a better understanding of hazards and their more efficient management. It is a scientific enterprise tackling a variety of natural hazards potentially deriving into disasters, i.e. tropical storms, avalanches, coastal floods.

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