From Disaster Risk Reduction to Policy Studies: Bridging Research Communities

  title={From Disaster Risk Reduction to Policy Studies: Bridging Research Communities},
  author={Richard Stuart Olson and Nazife Emel Ganapati and Vincent T. Gawronski and Robert A. Olson and Erik Salna and Juan Pablo Sarmiento},
  journal={Natural Hazards Review},
AbstractMajor conceptual and empirical advances over the past three decades have clarified how natural hazard events interact with community and human exposures and vulnerabilities to create risks ... 

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