Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (NHESS) is an international and interdisciplinary journal for the publication of original research concerning natural hazards. New perspectives for the understanding and tackling of natural hazards will arise by considering the subject form a broad base where the separate geosciences merge. NHESS serves the community of geoscientists concerned with natural hazards and also those interacted in publishing communications regarding interdisciplinary problems arising from difficulties encountered in the tackling of the mitigation of risks associated with natural hazards. Accordingly, NHESS encompasses: • The evolution of natural systems towards extreme conditions and the detection of precursors of such evolution. • The monitoring of rare events and the integration of measures for the understanding of spatial and temporal characteristics of rare natural phenomena. • The development of new techniques for the reduction of damage to human settlements and the impact of rare events on man-made structures. • The impact on the natural environment of interventions to reduce damage. • The scaling of spatial and dynamic behaviour. • The monitoring and integration of data in forecasting tools. • The impact of climate change in natural risks.

Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (NHESS), EGU Journal

TINTI, STEFANO
2006

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Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (NHESS) is an international and interdisciplinary journal for the publication of original research concerning natural hazards. New perspectives for the understanding and tackling of natural hazards will arise by considering the subject form a broad base where the separate geosciences merge. NHESS serves the community of geoscientists concerned with natural hazards and also those interacted in publishing communications regarding interdisciplinary problems arising from difficulties encountered in the tackling of the mitigation of risks associated with natural hazards. Accordingly, NHESS encompasses: • The evolution of natural systems towards extreme conditions and the detection of precursors of such evolution. • The monitoring of rare events and the integration of measures for the understanding of spatial and temporal characteristics of rare natural phenomena. • The development of new techniques for the reduction of damage to human settlements and the impact of rare events on man-made structures. • The impact on the natural environment of interventions to reduce damage. • The scaling of spatial and dynamic behaviour. • The monitoring and integration of data in forecasting tools. • The impact of climate change in natural risks.
S. Tinti
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