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Approaches to Managing Disaster - Assessing Hazards, Emergencies and Disaster Impacts

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John P. Tiefenbacher

Texas State University

PublishedMarch 14th, 2012

Doi10.5772/1112

ISBN978-953-51-0294-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4323-9

Copyright year2012

Number of pages176

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2. Disaster Management Based on Business Process Model Through the Plant Lifecycle

By Yukiyasu Shimada, Teiji Kitajima, Tetsuo Fuchino and Kazuhiro Takeda

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3. Hydrologic Data Assimilation

By Paul R. Houser, Gabriëlle J.M. De Lannoy and Jeffrey P. Walker

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4. Automated Integration of Geosensors with the Sensor Web to Facilitate Flood Management

By Arne Bröring, Pablo Beltrami, Rob Lemmens and Simon Jirka

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5. Comprehensive Monitoring of Wildfires in Europe: The European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS)

By Jesús San-Miguel-Ayanz, Ernst Schulte, Guido Schmuck, Andrea Camia, Peter Strobl, Giorgio Liberta, Cristiano Giovando, Roberto Boca, Fernando Sedano, Pieter Kempeneers, Daniel McInerney, Ceri Withmore, Sandra Santos de Oliveira, Marcos Rodrigues, Tracy Durrant, Paolo Corti, Friderike Oehler, Lara Vilar and Giuseppe Amatulli

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