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    • Drivers for coping with flood hazards: beyond the analysis of single cases 

      Balgah, Roland A.; Bang, Henry N.; Fondo, Salliana A. (OASIS, 2019)
      Flood risks continue to pose serious threats to developing countries with dire ramifications for livelihoods. Yet, contemporary research on determinants for coping with flood hazards is driven mostly by individual cases ...
    • Measuring social vulnerability to natural hazards at the district level in Botswana 

      Dintwa, Kakanyo F.; Letamo, Gobopamang; Navaneetham, Kannan (OASIS, 2019)
      Social vulnerability to natural hazards has become a topical issue in the face of climate change. For disaster risk reduction strategies to be effective, prior assessments of social vulnerability have to be undertaken. ...
    • Risk of a disaster: risk knowledge, interpretation and resilience 

      Odiase, Osamuede; Wilkinson, Suzanne; Neef, Andreas (OASIS, 2020)
      Knowledge and interpretation of local risks are essential in disaster mitigation. Auckland’s exposure to multiple hazards is a source of national concern. Considering the multiplicity of natural hazards in Auckland, ...