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Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research: Human Casualties in Earthquakes - Progress in Modelling and Mitigation - Spence, Robin (Hrsg.) / Scawthorn, Charles (Hrsg.) / So, Emily (Hrsg.)
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[ED: Buch, gebundene Ausgabe], [PU: Springer Netherlands], KURZE BESCHREIBUNG/ANMERKUNGEN: This is the first book dealing specifically with human casualties in natural disasters. It draws on the new evidence to summarize current trends in the understanding of the factors influencing the numbers and types of human casualties in disasters. AUSFÜHRLICHERE BESCHREIBUNG: Assessment of human casualties in earthquakes has become a topic of vital importance for national and urban authorities responsible for emergency provision, for the development of mitigation strategies and for the development of adequate insurance schemes. In the last few years there has been important work on a number of recent events (including earthquakes in Kocaeli, Turkey 1999, Niigata Japan, 2004, Sichuan, China 2008 and L'Aquila,Italy 2009). These events have created new and detailed casualty data, which has not until now been properly assembled and evaluated.This book draws the new evidence from recent events together with existing knowledge. It summarises current trends in the understanding of the factors influencing the numbers and types of casualties in earthquakes it offers methods to incorporate this understanding into the estimation of losses in future events in different parts of the world it discusses ways in which pre-event mitigation activity and post-event emergency management can reduce the toll of casualties in future events and it identifies future research needs. INHALT: Preface1. Introduction A Global Perspective2. Earthquakes: an Epidemiological Perspective on Patterns and Trends3. Earthquakes Casualty Research and Public Education4. Disaster Casualties Accounting for Economic Impacts and Diurnal Variation5. A Global Earthquake Building Damage and Casualty Database Casualty Loss Modelling6. Earthquake Casualty Models within the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) System 7. Loss Estimation Module in the Second Generation Software QLARM 8. Earthquake Casualties Estimation In Emergency Mode 9. Estimating Casualties for the Southern California Shakeout Lessons learnt from Regional Studies 10. Casualty Estimation due to Earthquakes: Injury Structure and Dynamics 11. Seismic Vulnerability and Collapse Probability Assessment of Buildings in Greece 12. Seismic Casualty Evaluation- the Italian Model an application to the L Aquila 2009 Event 13. Mortality and Morbidity Risk in the L Aquila, Italy Earthquake of 6 April 2009 and Lessons to be Learned 14. Major Factors controlling Earthquake Casualties as revealed via a Diversified Questionnaire Survey in Ojiya City for the Mid-Niigata Earthquake Exploring approaches to improving casualty modeling 15. Advances in Casualty Modelling facilitated by the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) System 16. Challenges in Collating Earthquake Casualty Field Data 17. Estimating Human Losses Earthquake Models: A Discussion 18. Trends in the Casualty Ratio of Injured to Fatalities in Earthquakes 19. Study of Damage to the Human Body caused by Earthquakes: Development of a Mannequin for the Thoracic Compression experiments and Cyber Dummy using Finite Element Method 20. A Different View on Human Vulnerability to Earthquakes: lessons from risk perception studiesIndex, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Buch, gebundene Ausgabe], [PU: Springer Netherlands], bKurze Beschreibung/Anmerkungen/b: This is the first book dealing specifically with human casualties in natural disasters. It draws on the new evidence to summarize current trends in the understanding of the factors influencing the numbers and types of human casualties in disasters. bAusführlichere Beschreibung/b: Assessment of human casualties in earthquakes has become a topic of vital importance for national and urban authorities responsible for emergency provision, for the development of mitigation strategies and for the development of adequate insurance schemes. In the last few years there has been important work on a number of recent events (including earthquakes in Kocaeli, Turkey 1999, Niigata Japan, 2004, Sichuan, China 2008 and L'Aquila,Italy 2009). These events have created new and detailed casualty data, which has not until now been properly assembled and evaluated.This book draws the new evidence from recent events together with existing knowledge. It summarises current trends in the understanding of the factors influencing the numbers and types of casualties in earthquakes it offers methods to incorporate this understanding into the estimation of losses in future events in different parts of the world it discusses ways in which pre-event mitigation activity and post-event emergency management can reduce the toll of casualties in future events and it identifies future research needs. bInhaltsverzeichnis/b: Preface1. Introduction A Global Perspective2. Earthquakes: an Epidemiological Perspective on Patterns and Trends3. Earthquakes Casualty Research and Public Education4. Disaster Casualties Accounting for Economic Impacts and Diurnal Variation5. A Global Earthquake Building Damage and Casualty Database Casualty Loss Modelling6. Earthquake Casualty Models within the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) System 7. Loss Estimation Module in the Second Generation Software QLARM 8. Earthquake Casualties Estimation In Emergency Mode 9. Estimating Casualties for the Southern California Shakeout Lessons learnt from Regional Studies 10. Casualty Estimation due to Earthquakes: Injury Structure and Dynamics 11. Seismic Vulnerability and Collapse Probability Assessment of Buildings in Greece 12. Seismic Casualty Evaluation- the Italian Model an application to the L Aquila 2009 Event 13. Mortality and Morbidity Risk in the L Aquila, Italy Earthquake of 6 April 2009 and Lessons to be Learned 14. Major Factors controlling Earthquake Casualties as revealed via a Diversified Questionnaire Survey in Ojiya City for the Mid-Niigata Earthquake Exploring approaches to improving casualty modeling 15. Advances in Casualty Modelling facilitated by the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) System 16. Challenges in Collating Earthquake Casualty Field Data 17. Estimating Human Losses Earthquake Models: A Discussion 18. Trends in the Casualty Ratio of Injured to Fatalities in Earthquakes 19. Study of Damage to the Human Body caused by Earthquakes: Development of a Mannequin for the Thoracic Compression experiments and Cyber Dummy using Finite Element Method 20. A Different View on Human Vulnerability to Earthquakes: lessons from risk perception studiesIndex, [SC: 0.00]

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[EAN: 9789048194544], Neubuch, Publisher/Verlag: Springer Netherlands | Progress in Modelling and Mitigation | This is the first book dealing specifically with human casualties in natural disasters. It draws on the new evidence to summarize current trends in the understanding of the factors influencing the numbers and types of human casualties in disasters. | Assessment of human casualties in earthquakes has become a topic of vital importance for national and urban authorities responsible for emergency provision, for the development of mitigation strategies and for the development of adequate insurance schemes. In the last few years there has been important work on a number of recent events (including earthquakes in Kocaeli, Turkey 1999, Niigata Japan, 2004, Sichuan, China 2008 and L'Aquila,Italy 2009). These events have created new and detailed casualty data, which has not until now been properly assembled and evaluated. This book draws the new evidence from recent events together with existing knowledge. It summarises current trends in the understanding of the factors influencing the numbers and types of casualties in earthquakes; it offers methods to incorporate this understanding into the estimation of losses in future events in different parts of the world; it discusses ways in which pre-event mitigation activity and post-event emergency management can reduce the toll of casualties in future events; and it identifies future research needs. | Preface 1. Introduction A Global Perspective 2. Earthquakes: an Epidemiological Perspective on Patterns and Trends 3. Earthquakes Casualty Research and Public Education 4. Disaster Casualties Accounting for Economic Impacts and Diurnal Variation 5. A Global Earthquake Building Damage and Casualty Database Casualty Loss Modelling 6. Earthquake Casualty Models within the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) System 7. Loss Estimation Module in the Second Generation Software QLARM 8. Earthquake Casualties Estimation In Emergency Mode 9. Estimating Casualties for the Southern California Shakeout Lessons learnt from Regional Studies 10. Casualty Estimation due to Earthquakes: Injury Structure and Dynamics 11. Seismic Vulnerability and Collapse Probability Assessment of Buildings in Greece 12. Seismic Casualty Evaluation- the Italian Model an application to the L Aquila 2009 Event 13. Mortality and Morbidity Risk in the L Aquila, Italy Earthquake of 6 April 2009 and Lessons to be Learned 14. Major Factors controlling Earthquake Casualties as revealed via a Diversified Questionnaire Survey in Ojiya City for the Mid-Niigata Earthquake Exploring approaches to improving casualty modeling 15. Advances in Casualty Modelling facilitated by the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) System 16. Challenges in Collating Earthquake Casualty Field Data 17. Estimating Human Losses Earthquake Models: A Discussion 18. Trends in the Casualty Ratio of Injured to Fatalities in Earthquakes 19. Study of Damage to the Human Body caused by Earthquakes: Development of a Mannequin for the Thoracic Compression experiments and Cyber Dummy using Finite Element Method 20. A Different View on Human Vulnerability to Earthquakes: lessons from risk perception studies Index | Format: Hardback | Language/Sprache: english | 680 gr | 322 pp

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Charles Scawthorn

Titel:

Human Casualties in Earthquakes

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9048194547

Assessment of human casualties in earthquakes has become a topic of vital importance for national and urban authorities responsible for emergency provision, for the development of mitigation strategies and for the development of adequate insurance schemes. In the last few years important work has been carried out on a number of recent events (including earthquakes in Kocaeli, Turkey 1999, Niigata Japan, 2004, Sichuan, China 2008 and L'Aquila,Italy 2009). These events have created new and detailed casualty data, which has not until now been properly assembled and evaluated.This book draws the new evidence from recent events together with existing knowledge. It summarises current trends in the understanding of the factors influencing the numbers and types of casualties in earthquakes; it offers methods to incorporate this understanding into the estimation of losses in future events in different parts of the world; it discusses ways in which pre-event mitigation activity and post-event emergency management can reduce the toll of casualties in future events; and it identifies future research needs.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9789048194544
ISBN (ISBN-10): 9048194547
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: Springer-Verlag GmbH
322 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,683 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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