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Hazard Risk Resilience Magazine Issue 2 Out Now!
- Real World Simulations for Emergency Planning
- 2011 UN World Risk Index
- Climate change causes species to move north and to higher elevations
- Groundwater arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh: An interview with Dr Manzurul Hassan
- Ecological impacts of Deepwater Horizon oil spill
- Landslides and large dams – presentation given by Prof Dave Petley at the 2013 Vajont conference
- How many people die from landslides?
- IHRR Bulletin 10 December 2013 - IHRR News / Adaptation and Resilience Workshops / Researcher Training Bursaries fb.me/2k18xayRb 1 day ago
- Real World Simulations for Emergency Planning goo.gl/fb/W6tYE 1 day ago
- Lack of cross-border cooperation limits climate readiness in S. Asia trust.org/item/201311182… via @TR_Foundation 2 days ago
- Institute of Hazard #Risk and #Resilience Newsletter Winter 2013 issuu.com/_ihrr/docs/01_… via @Issuu 5 days ago
- Upcoming IHRR Seminar on Earthquake Risk and Policy goo.gl/fb/msTKL 5 days ago
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