Challenges of analyzing multi-hazard risk: a review

@article{Kappes2012ChallengesOA,
  title={Challenges of analyzing multi-hazard risk: a review},
  author={Melanie Simone Kappes and Margreth Keiler and Kirsten von Elverfeldt and Thomas Glade},
  journal={Natural Hazards},
  year={2012},
  volume={64},
  pages={1925-1958}
}
Many areas of the world are prone to several natural hazards, and effective risk reduction is only possible if all relevant threats are considered and analyzed. However, in contrast to single-hazard analyses, the examination of multiple hazards poses a range of additional challenges due to the differing characteristics of processes. This refers to the assessment of the hazard level, as well as to the vulnerability toward distinct processes, and to the arising risk level. As comparability of the… 
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