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Disaster stressors and coping with the traumatization of deadliest hurricane in U.S. Mainland: A follow-up study

Despite the surging research in the literature on major natural hazards globally, most research to date has been cross-sectional in nature. Also, few studies have addressed human strengths. In response...

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Flexibility analysis methodology for pipeline networks under occasional loads

Consideration of occasional loads attributed to events like wind and earthquakes serves as a major design practice in the pipeline engineering field. Numerous methods and approaches previously developed...

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Official and unofficial data supporting disaster risk management in medium-sized cities

The disaster database enables managers to support prevention, preparedness, and mitigation actions, especially in Latin American countries, where disaster risk data are scarce. This article surveys...

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Estimating built-up risk from multi-natural hazards: A case study of Northern coastal plains of Tamil Nadu

The Tamil Nadu state of India possesses a vast coastline of 1076 km and is highly vulnerable to many climate change-induced natural hazards. It is essential to evaluate the elements at risk to the coastal...

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Sustainability assessment of Indian Sundarban delta islands using DPSIR framework in the context of natural hazards

Since the inception of the concept, sustainability has been interpreted as encompassing social, economic, and environmental dimensions of it. It is now rapidly shifting from a concept to a measurable...

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Effectiveness of post-disaster coping strategies among the farming households in the coastal districts of Odisha, India

Farmers in developing countries generally faced vulnerability in consumption due to income shocks caused by crop damage, price falls, disasters, etc. The ability to respond to such income shocks is...

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Distribution patterns of foraminifera in paleotsunami layers: A review

The presence of foraminifera is one of the main criteria in identifying paleotsunami. However, many paleotsunami studies reported the absence of foraminifera, even in the very young paleotsunami layers....

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Stochastic finite fault modeling of Mw 6.4 earthquake along Indo-Burmese arc and site classification of its seismic recording station

This study simulates the strong ground motion of an earthquake having magnitude 6.4 occurred on 4th February 2011 in Indo-Burmese Arc (IBA). This earthquake recorded on seven seismic recording stations...

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Experimental and numerical assessment of marine flood reduction by coral reefs

Coral reefs are crucial components of oceanic ecosystems. Reefs play a vital role in providing habitats for marine life and serve as a natural wave barrier against high-energy marine floods generated...

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Pre-seismic multi-parameters variations before Yangbi and Madoi earthquakes on May 21, 2021

On May 21, a Ms 6.4 earthquake occurred in Yangbi, Yunnan Province. Less than 5 hours later, on May 22, follows a Ms 7.4 earthquake in Madoi, Qinghai Province.In this study, multiple parameters are...

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Satellite based detection of pre-earthquake thermal anomaly, co-seismic deformation and source parameter modelling of past earthquakes

The presented work brings satellite-based detection of pre-earthquake transient thermal anomaly and coseismic deformation mechanism using InSAR (SAR Interferometry) observations of the two major earthquakes...

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Estimation of fuel load using remote sensing data in Hulunbuir Grassland

Grassland fires are one of the main disturbances in Hulunbuir Grassland and have a great effect on the regional ecological environment and the production and life of herdsmen. The characteristics of...

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Retrospective analysis and hazard assessment of Gega glacial lake in the eastern Himalayan syntaxis

The frequency of glacier related hazards like Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) is increasing in the High Mountain Asia due to global climate warming. The extreme floods generated by glacial lake outburst...

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Effect of soil structure interaction on the dynamic response of reinforced concrete structures

During severe seismic events, the dynamic response of the structure is affected not only by the behavior of the superstructure but also by the nature and behavior of the soil present in and around the...

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Probabilistic earthquake hazard parameterization for Indo-Burma region using extreme value approach

The Indo-Burma area is one of the most seismically active regions because of subduction of the Indian plate under the Burmese plate. The Indo-Burma area, which is bordered by 22°–27°N and 92°–97°E,...

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Spatiotemporal distribution patterns of deadly geohazard events in China, 2013–2019

This study collected and compiled the deadly geohazard events that occurred in China during 2013–2019, and counted 779 deadly geohazard events, resulting in 2386 dead and missing persons (387 missings),...

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An open source inventory and spatial distribution of landslides in Jiyuan City, Henan Province, China

In this study, we obtained a regional landslide database of Jiyuan City based on the high-resolution remote sensing images of Google Earth platform. As a result, 605 landslides were identified, with...

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A probabilistic seismic hazard model for Greenland

Greenland belongs to a stable continental region where seismic activity is low. Due to this factor and low population, only one probabilistic seismic hazard model of Greenland has been published, showing...

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Object detection in high resolution optical image based on deep learning technique

Deep learning-based object detection in high resolution optical imagery is an active research frontier. Dataset for object detection is fundamentally important to drive deep learning models. Compared...

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Two public inventories of landslides induced by the 10 June 2022 Maerkang Earthquake swarm, China and ancient landslides in the affected area

The June 10, 2022 Ms5.8, Ms6.0 and Ms5.2 earthquake swarm of Maerkang, Sichuan, China has triggered a lot of landslides. The primary purpose of this paper is to prepare a detailed coseismic landslides...

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Earthquake-induced landslides susceptibility assessment: A review of the state-of-the-art

Earthquake-induced landslides (EQL) can take a heavy toll on people's life and properties, thus attracting extensive attention of the geosciences community. Carrying out earthquake-induced landslide...

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A Web-GIS hazards information system of the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake in China

The typical earthquake hazards chain includes main shock, surface ruptures, aftershocks, and earthquake-induced landslides, leading to structural damage and casualties. Lots of investigation and research...

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Frequency-dependent quality factor of body waves in the Kathmandu region, Nepal

The Kathmandu region becomes situated in very close to the major thrust faults such as Main Boundary Thrust (MBT) and Main Central Thrust (MCT) has been significantly affected by a series of several...

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Fire history and its forcing in Northeastern Asia boreal forests

Fire is a principal disturbance agent in Northeastern Asia forests with the highest fire radiative power globally. The limitation of the wide network of sites with long reconstructed fire histories...

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Large-scale landslides around the reservoir area of Baihetan hydropower station in Southwest China: Analysis of the spatial distribution

Southwest China is an area where geological hazards occur frequently. To develop a basic understanding of geological hazards in this region, the Baihetan hydropower station section of the Jinsha River...

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