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Review of two outstanding compilation works of Chinese historical earthquakes literature in China

This paper details two nationwide events of the collation of historical earthquake records in the early 1950s and late 1970s to introduce the application of research results. Evaluating the compilation...

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Liquefaction hazard mapping of the south-central coastal areas of Bangladesh

Liquefaction can cause significant damage to the built environment; therefore, assessing the liquefaction hazard in a seismically active region is essential to minimize the risk. This study attempted...

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Quantifying the riverbank erosion and accretion rate using DSAS model study from the lower Ganga River, India

Assessing the erosion and accretion (EA) rate of the lower Ganga River in India is crucial for scientific planning and implementing development activities in river basin management. The current study...

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A comparative study on data mining models for weather forecasting: A case study on chittagong, Bangladesh

— The primary focus of this study is to analyze and predict the patterns of this essential feature of the natural world. This study analyses and predicts the daily weather patterns of a specific urban...

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A comparison of performance measures of two livelihood vulnerability indices in the context of recurrent tropical flood hazards

Natural hazards often pose a considerable amount of social vulnerability which is the function of exposure, sensitivity and adaptation. Livelihood vulnerability assessment (LVA) benefits site-specific...

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Susceptibility analysis of glacier debris flow by investigating glacier changes based on remote sensing imagery and deep learning: A case study

Glacier debris flow is becoming increasingly severe as global warming intensifies. To minimize the catastrophic losses caused by glacier debris flow, it is essential to analyze the susceptibility of...

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Assessment of multi-components and sectoral vulnerability to urban floods in Peshawar – Pakistan

Over the last two decades, urban floods and their impacts have been on the rise worldwide, owing to both climatic changes and human activities. The present study examines different at-risk elements,...

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Characteristics of Western Disturbance intensification and associated induced circulations over the Indian Region

Western Disturbances (WD) are significantly important weather systems causing precipitation in the Western Himalayan region during Indian Winter months. WDs have two major components-the eastward propagating...

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Disaster chain thinking improves the capabilities of disaster prevention, mitigation, and relief in China

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Characterizing egress components for wheelchair users in dormitory building fires

People with disabilities are among the most vulnerable groups in building fires. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, an estimated 700 home fires involve people with physical disabilities each...

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Tectonic stress regime and faulting style analysis due to sequence of earthquakes in Western Nepal

The current study examines the source mechanism and the regional stress regime of a sequence of moderate-sized earthquakes between October 2022 and April 2023. ISOLA-GUI-a Matlab coded program has been...

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Application of geospatial tools in the assessment of Flood hazard impact on social vulnerability of Malda district, West Bengal, India

Social vulnerability assessment is a dynamic process, which varies from place to place. In the present study, the social vulnerability index (SVI) of Malda district has been prepared because of several...

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Evaluating multi-hazard risk associated with tropical cyclones using the fuzzy analytic hierarchy process model

Multi-hazard events have received attention globally due to their increasing frequency and severity in recent years. The coastal region of Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable to multi-hazard events...

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Adaptation planning for climate change: An application of the advanced bibliometric analytical framework

There has been a surge in research on adaptation planning to address climate change and its effects. This study conducted a bibliometric analysis of the keywords “adaptation planning” and “climate change”...

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Tunnelling-induced ground surface settlement: A comprehensive review with particular attention to artificial intelligence technologies

Shallow tunnels in urban areas are close to adjacent buildings and municipal pipelines. Ground surface settlement (GSS) due to tunnelling can cause damage to those infrastructures surrounded. Many methods...

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Riverbank Erosion and vulnerability – A study on the char dwellers of Assam, India

The paper tries to analyze the impacts of erosion on the livelihood and vulnerability statusof the char dwellers of Assam, India. The study employs both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, choosing...

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Multivariate spatial regressions help explain wildfire hot spot intensities in Washington, USA

Wildfires have become increasingly prevalent in the western United States, posing threats to human communities and the built environment. This study builds upon previous research by investigating the...

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Estimation of source parameters and scaling relations using small to moderate earthquakes occurred in Delhi and surrounding region of India

Delhi and its surrounding region are among the important intraplate seismically active regions of India. According to the Bureau of Indian Standards, it lies in seismic zone IV and is capable of generating...

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Flood susceptibility modeling using geo-morphometric ranking approach in Jhelum River basin, Pakistan

This study is modeling flood susceptibility in Jhelum River Basin by employing Geo-Morphometric ranking approach. The study area is located in the Monsoon region and exposed to heavy rainfall events....

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Comprehensive seismic hazard assessment for Guwahati City, Northeast India: Insights from probabilistic and deterministic seismic hazard analysis

This paper presents a comprehensive seismic hazard assessment for Guwahati city, located in the northeast region of India. The earthquake data considered for the study is from 1762 to 2020, which was...

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Panacea to the catastrophe through mapping in anticipation of mitigating the flood magnitude along Wabi Shebele River Basin of Somalia

Somalia had experienced extreme flash floods in the recent years across the arid regions causing tremendous loss in lives and properties. However, the flood magnitude, depth, and frequency of occurrence...

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Extreme weather events (EWEs)-Related health complications in Bangladesh: A gender-based analysis on the 2017 catastrophic floods

Floods are major Extreme Weather Events (EWEs) that are more frequent and intense. Floods has multifarious dire impacts on human health, but health implications of floods are limitedly examined from...

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