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Annual Disaster Statistical Review 2009The numbers and trends

@inproceedings{Vos2010AnnualDS,
  title={Annual Disaster Statistical Review 2009The numbers and trends},
  author={Femke Vos and Jose Manuel Rodriguez-Llanes and Regina Below and Debarati Guha-Sapir},
  year={2010}
}
In 2011, 332 natural disasters1 were registered, less than the average annual disaster frequency observed from 2001 to 2010 (384). However, the human and economic impacts of the disasters in 2011 were massive. Natural disasters killed a total of 30 773 people and caused 244.7 million victims worldwide (see Figure 1). Economic damages from natural disasters were the highest ever registered, with an estimated US$ 366.1 billion [...] 
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