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World atlas of natural disaster risk / edited by Peijun Shi and Roger Kasperson.
Contributor(s): Shi, Peijun [editor.] | Kasperson, Roger [editor.].Material type: BookPublisher: Beijing : Normal University Press, 2015Description: 245 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9787303181179 (hbk.).Subject(s): Natural disasters -- Atlases | Social Science | Business and Economics -- InfrastructureDDC classification: 363.34 WOR
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Includes bibliographical references.
Mapping Environments and Exposures of the World
Mapping Earthquake Risk of the World
Mapping Volcano Risk of the World
Mapping Landslide Risk of the World
Mapping Flood Risk of the World
Mapping Storm Surge Risk of the World
Mapping Sand-dust Storm Risk of the World
Mapping Tropical Cyclone Wind Risk of the World
Mapping Heat Wave Risk of the World
Mapping Cold Wave Risk of the World
Mapping Drought Risk (Maize) of the World
Mapping Drought Risk (Wheat) of the World
Mapping Drought Risk (Rice) of the World
Mapping Forest Wildfire Risk of the World
Mapping Grassland Wildfire Risk of the World
Mapping Multi-hazard Risk of the World.
This is the first English-language atlas to systematically introduce the environment, hazard, vulnerability and risk mapping for 11 natural disasters, i.e. earthquake, volcano, landslide, flood, storm surge, sand-dust storm, tropical cyclone, heat wave, cold wave, drought and wildfire, and risk mapping for multi-hazard disaster in the world. The above 11 hazards are assessed and mapped at grid unit, comparable-geographic unit and national unit, and the multi-hazard is assessed and mapped at grid unit and national unit. The expected annual mortality and/or affected population risks and expected annual economic loss and/or affected property risk of 11 hazards and multi-hazard of the world at national level are unprecedentedly derived and ranked. The atlas can be a good reference for researchers and students in the field of natural disaster risk management and risk governance, and enterpriser and risk manager as well to understand the global natural disaster risk. Prof. Peijun Shi works at Beijing Normal University, China; Prof. Roger Kasperson works at Clark University, USA.