Natural Hazards: An Evolving Tradition in Applied Geography
Natural hazards, Physical environment, Risk, Vulnerability
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Geographic research on natural hazards has a long history, starting with a focus on physical processes and moving forward with an increased recognition of the interactions between the physical and human environments. This special issue on natural hazards presents papers that illustrate a variety of areas of applied hazards research, from the physical to the socio-economic, as well as the array of approaches and techniques utilized, from the quantitative to the qualitative.
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Applied Geography, v. 31, issue 1, p. 1-4
Scholar Commons Citation
Montz, Burrell E. and Tobin, Graham A., "Natural Hazards: An Evolving Tradition in Applied Geography" (2011). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 76.