Review of Local and Global Impacts of Volcanic Eruptions and Disaster Management Practices: The Indonesian Example

  title={Review of Local and Global Impacts of Volcanic Eruptions and Disaster Management Practices: The Indonesian Example},
  author={Mukhamad Ngainul Malawani and Franck Lavigne and Christopher A. Gomez and Bachtiar Wahyu Mutaqin and Danang Sri Hadmoko},
This paper discusses the relations between the impacts of volcanic eruptions at multiple-scales and the related-issues of disaster-risk reduction (DRR). The review is structured around local and global impacts of volcanic eruptions, which have not been widely discussed in the literature, in terms of DRR issues. We classify the impacts at local scale on four different geographical features: impacts on the drainage system, on the structural morphology, on the water bodies, and the impact on… 

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