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Geographical information systems in assessing natural hazards

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Natural disasters -- Data processing -- Congresses,
  • Geographic information systems -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Alberto Carrara and Fausto Guzzetti.
    SeriesAdvances in natural and technological hazards research ;, v. 5
    ContributionsCarrara, Alberto., Guzzetti, Fausto.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB5001 .G46 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 353 p. :
    Number of Pages353
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1278990M
    ISBN 100792335023
    LC Control Number95010770

    Title: Deterministic modelling in GIS - based landslide hazard assessment: Published in: Geographical information systems in assessing natural hazards: selected contributions from the international workshop held in Perugia on September (Advances in natural and technological hazards research ; ::publications/2cbee.   Geographical Information System (GIS) analysis of spatial data is a specialized set of tools, which can be used to analyse complex questions on the allocation and evaluation of specific criteria for areas of potential tourism interest (Johnston ; Eastman

      BSc (Hons) Geoenvironmental Hazards. Discover how to analyse, mitigate and manage natural and environmental hazards as you equip yourself with a wide range of laboratory and practical skills and travel to a variety of fieldwork destinations in the UK and :// Environment and Natural Hazards Read More. Li, Y. and a variable resolution approach to geographical data analysis goes some way towards overcoming the problem of scale inherent in such analyses. with particular reference to landslides in Hong Kong" in Geographical Information Systems in Assessing Natural Hazards (eds. Carrara /researchareasprojects/environmentnaturalhazards.

    The much expanded sixth edition of Environmental Hazards provides a fully up-to-date overview of all the extreme events that threaten people and what they value in the 21st century. It integrates cutting-edge material from the physical and social sciences to illustrate how natural and human systems interact to place communities of all sizes, and at all stages of economic development, at  › Books › Science & Math › Earth Sciences. It was shown that the proposed holistic approach is a viable method for tackling this complex, multivariable problem. The proposed model can be codified to run under standard geographical information system platforms, enabling access to existing electronic ://(ASCE)()(12).


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