Garcia et al. (Chap. 13) analyse different types of Early-Warning Systems with the aim to connect scientific advances in hazard/risk assessment with local management strategies and practical demands of stakeholders/end-users. An Integrated People-Centred Early Warning System (IEWS) is presented, which is mainly based on prevention as a key element for disaster risk reduction

The Relevance of Early-Warning Systems and Evacuations Plans for Risk Management / Carolina, Garcia; Simone, Frigerio; Daehne, Alexander; Corsini, Alessandro; Simone, Sterlacchini. - STAMPA. - 34:(2014), pp. 341-364. [10.1007/978-94-007-6769-0_13]

The Relevance of Early-Warning Systems and Evacuations Plans for Risk Management

DAEHNE, Alexander;CORSINI, Alessandro;
2014-01-01

Abstract

Garcia et al. (Chap. 13) analyse different types of Early-Warning Systems with the aim to connect scientific advances in hazard/risk assessment with local management strategies and practical demands of stakeholders/end-users. An Integrated People-Centred Early Warning System (IEWS) is presented, which is mainly based on prevention as a key element for disaster risk reduction
Mountain Risks: From Prediction to Management and Governance
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Springer Science & Business Media
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The Relevance of Early-Warning Systems and Evacuations Plans for Risk Management / Carolina, Garcia; Simone, Frigerio; Daehne, Alexander; Corsini, Alessandro; Simone, Sterlacchini. - STAMPA. - 34:(2014), pp. 341-364. [10.1007/978-94-007-6769-0_13]
Carolina, Garcia; Simone, Frigerio; Daehne, Alexander; Corsini, Alessandro; Simone, Sterlacchini
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