6 edition of The Science of Disasters found in the catalog.
October 3, 2002
Written in English
|Contributions||Armin Bunde (Editor), Jürgen Kropp (Editor), Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||472|
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The Book of Revelation, full of bleak foreboding, seems to have inspired many secular writers down the ages. We fear the catastrophic ending of 1, years, and of the ushering in of a new utopia, but not before a Day of Judgment, or after the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, masked and heavily armored, have ridden at breakneck speed through. Nov 19, · But the field remains in its infancy. Disaster prediction—like disaster science, disaster economics, disaster-response technology, disaster art, disaster cinema, disaster lit—is a .
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Natural disasters claim the lives of about 1 million people every decade. Here in the latest book in the Science Times series, award-winning New York Times journalists take us into the heart of the most harrowing sources of natural niarbylbaycafe.comuakes, tornadoes, and volcanoes may be as powerful and awe-inspiring as Author: Nicholas Wade.
The Science of Disasters: Climate Disruptions, Heart Attacks, and Market Crashes Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Armin Bunde (Editor), Jürgen Kropp (Editor), Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber (Editor) & 0 moreAuthor: Armin Bunde.
This book tackles these questions by applying advanced methods from statistical physics and related fields to all types of non-linear dynamics prone to disaster.
The transdisciplinary analysis is organized in some dozen review articles written by world-class scientists. May 01, · Pielke's book is the authoritative antidote to superstitious beliefs and the confounding of weather (short term) with climate (long term). The reality, as superbly documented in this short and well-written The Science of Disasters book, is that weather events have NOT gotten worse in frequency or intensity in recent decades or the last hundred years.3/5(2).
Aug 01, · This book discusses the science behind avalanches and their effects. The chapters explore case studies of avalanches The Science of an Avalanche (Disaster Science): Carol Hand: niarbylbaycafe.com: BooksAuthor: Carol Hand.
This book discusses the science behind tsunamis. The chapters describe destructive tsunamis and their aftermath, explain why tsunamis occur, and explore scientists' efforts to predict these disasters.
Diagrams, charts, and photos provide opportunities to evaluate and understand the scientific concepts involved. Read more Read lessAuthor: Robin Michal Koontz.
(Science Times Books) Earthquakes, tornadoes, and volcanoes may be as powerful and awe-inspiring as when they were first experienced by humankind, but in the effort to better predict where and when they will next happen, scientists have made some of the most astonishing discoveries/5.
This book discusses the science behind sinkholes. The chapters examine historical sinkholes, describe environmental factors that cause sinkholes, and explain how scientists respond to these disasters/5.
the science of disaster science From heat waves to droughts and record rainfall to flooding, natural disasters affect every part of our planet. Inthree major international agreements addressing these threats were adopted: the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Paris Agreement, adopted at the Paris Climate Change Conference (COP21), and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk.
The Disasters follows Nax Hall, a boy kicked out of space academy in less than 24 hours. His trip back to Earth is delayed when the academy is attacked by a group of people part of a deadly organization.
Naturally, adventure ensues, and Nax finds himself with the fate of humanity in his hands/5. Thank you Wednesday Books for providing a review copy of this book in exchange for a honest review and inviting me to be a part of this blog tour.
When I first heard that P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast were co-writing a brand new series for us I was over the moon/5. From earthquakes to volcanoes, it is an eye-opening introduction to the devastating and often terrifying power of the natural world and how science can be used to predict disasters.
The Science of Natural Disasters is part of a set of three Inquire & Investigate Earth Science books that explore the earth, the atmosphere, and everything in between.
The other titles in this series are The Science of Weather and Climate: Rain, Sleet, and the Rising. From earthquakes to volcanoes, it is an eye-opening introduction to the devastating and often terrifying power of the natural world and how science can be used to predict disasters and help prevent loss of life.
Our planet can be violent and destructive. Volcanoes erupt, sending out clouds of ash and rivers of molten lava. Earthquakes shake up the land, destroying buildings and sparking Brand: Scholastic Inc. Children's Books About Disasters Extreme Weather: Surviving Tornadoes, Sandstorms, Hailstorms, Blizzards, Hurricanes, and More.
covers different natural disasters as well as what to do do before, during, and after, which may give kids some preparedness peace of mind. Here is a comprehensive overview of the geophysical, technological, and social aspects of natural disasters.
This book systematically reviews the agents of natural catastrophes - earthquakes, volcanoes, floods, drought, hurricanes, erosion, fires, etc. - in terms of their geophysical processes and effects. The human impact and response is examined from various perspectives, including damage 1/5(1). Examine the science behind natural disasters with printables, lessons, and references on hurricanes, floods, and tornadoes.
Prepare students for severe weather and geological events with safety tips. The Earth and all its inhabitants are vulnerable to the whims of nature, sometimes lethal whims of catastrophic proportions. Natural disasters claim the lives of about 1 million people every decade. Here in the latest book in the Science Times series, award-winning New York Times journalists take.
This fascinating guide to natural disasters combines fact-packed, easy-to-read text with colourful and quirky illustrations. From earthquakes to volcanoes, it is an eye-opening introduction to the devastating and often terrifying power of the natural world. He is the current director of the UD Disaster Science and Management Degree Programs and is a Core Faculty member at the Disaster Research Center (DRC).
William Donner is Associate Professor of Sociology and Disaster Studies M.A. Director at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley. The Role of Science and Technology in Disaster Reduction As we have just embarked upon a new century and millennium, natural hazard prevention is set to play a pro- minent role in global efforts to reduce human suffering and damage to natural and built environments.Delve into Earth science in these informational texts that explore how different aspects of our planet affect our day-to-day lives.
The Science of the Earth: Natural Disasters .Jul 23, · In the Second Edition of Disaster Policy and Politics, author Richard Sylves covers the hottest and most controversial issues in the fields of disaster management and homeland security.
The work provides a careful and balanced analysis of U.S. disaster politics and policy, paying special attention to the role of key actors—decision makers at the federal, state, and local levels.