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Natural hazards in Australia
|Statement||sponsored by Australian Academy of Science, Institute of Australian Geographers, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia ; editors, R.L. Heathcote and B.G. Thom.|
|Contributions||Heathcote, R. L., Thom, B. G., Australian Academy of Science., Institute of Australian Geographers., Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.|
|LC Classifications||GB5011.89 .N37 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 531 p. :|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||85194907|
This 22 page pack is an awesome resource to use during your Natural Disasters/Natural Hazards Unit! It includes 8 full page "posters" of the following disasters: tornado, hurricane, flood, drought, blizzard, earthquake, wildfire, and volcano. This book has really great case studies of natural hazards and does a nice job of explaining how natural hazards occur. However, this book assumes that everyone reading it is a science major or person interested in science/5.
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Natural Hazards in Australasia is the first textbook that considers Australasian natural hazards, their triggering mechanisms and the physical and social environments in which they occur. James Goff and Chris de Freitas lead an expert author team from around Australia and New Zealand to introduce readers to the natural hazards of the.
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“Natural Hazards and Disaster Justice is a timely and notable contribution to an immensely significant and generally neglected area of research.
The neglect is surprising given that Injustice features so prominently in disaster preparedness, prevention, response and recovery, with huge social, economic and political consequences.
Natural hazards governance varies across Australia for two critical reasons: first, the country’s large size and latitudinal range; and second, its divided federal government structure. The first feature—the magnitude and latitudinal spread—results in a number of climatic zones, from the tropical north, through the sub-tropics, to temperate southern zones and the Author: John Minnery, Iraphne Childs.
A textbook designed for students taking a course in natural hazards with an Australasian focus and context.
In full colour and richly supported by photographs, illustrations and maps. Natural hazards are extreme natural events that can cause loss of life, extreme damage to property and disrupt human activities.
Some natural hazards, such as flooding, can happen anywhere in the. Floods are caused by a number of interacting factors, making it remarkably difficult to explain changes in flood hazard.
This paper reviews the current understanding of historical trends and variability in flood hazard across Australia. Links between flood and rainfall trends cannot be made due to the influence of climate processes over a number of spatial and Cited by: Natural Hazards is devoted to original research work on all aspects of natural hazards, including the forecasting of catastrophic events, risk management, and the nature of precursors of natural and technological hazards.
Although hazards can originate in different sources and systems, such as atmospheric, hydrologic, oceanographic. Natural Disaster Management in the Asia-Pacific is well organized, concise and easy to navigate.
this book will be of interest to those involved in disaster risk-management activities throughout the Asia-Pacific.” (Thomas W. Haase, Natural Hazards Observer, Vol. XL (1), September, ). Many ideas and concepts about natural hazards have been developed in Australasia, but these are often overlooked in books written from a Northern Hemisphere perspective.
Natural Hazards in Australasia is the first textbook that considers Australasian natural hazards, their triggering mechanisms and the physical and social environments in which Brand: Cambridge University Press.
The book uses real world case studies of floods, bushfires, heatwaves and earthquakes in Australia and Asia, revealing geographic, social and structural inequities that lead to increased risk and vulnerability to natural hazards. Dr Lukasiewicz’s book is part of the Policies, institutions and governance project at the CRC, with chapter.
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