Resources

'Dynamics and Impact of Interacting Natural Hazards' Workshop/Conference Reports and Posters

            February 2016, Defining 'Multi-Hazard' - Submission to UNISDR Terminology Review

            June 2015, An Interacting Natural Hazards Approach to Assessing Disaster Risk.

            February 2013, University College London.

Suggested Reading and Case Studies:

Budimir, M. E. A., Atkinson, P. M., & Lewis, H. G. (2014). Earthquake-and-landslide events are associated with more fatalities than earthquakes aloneNatural Hazards, 72(2), 895-914.

Faure Walker, J.P., Pomonis, A., Monk-Steel, B., Goda K., and Smith, R. (2013). UK-Japan Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction - Learning from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. Faure Walker J.P. (Eds). IRDR Special Report 2013-01

Gill, J. C., and B. D. Malamud (2014), Reviewing and visualizing the interactions of natural hazards, Rev. Geophys., 52, doi:10.1002/2013RG000445 (Open Access)

Kappes, M. S., Keiler, M. & Glade, T. (2010) From Single- to Multi-Hazard Risk Analyses: a concept addressing emerging challenges, in: Mountain Risks: Bringing Science to Society, Malet, J. P., Glade, T. & Casagli, N. (Eds.), CERG Editions, Strasbourg, France, pp.351-356.

Kappes, M. S., Keiler, M., von Elverfeldt, K., & Glade, T. (2012) Challenges of analyzing multi-hazard risk: a review. Nat. Hazards, pp.1-34.

Tarvainen, T., Jarva, J., and Greiving, S. (2006) Spatial pattern of hazards and hazard interactions in Europe, in: Natural and Technological Hazards and Risks Affecting the Spatial Development of European Regions, Schmidt-Thomé P (Ed.), 42, Geological Survey of Finland, pp. 83–91