Social capital for disaster risk reduction and management with empirical evidences from Sundarbans of India

  title={Social capital for disaster risk reduction and management with empirical evidences from Sundarbans of India},
  author={Saswata Sanyal and Jayant Kumar Routray},
  journal={International journal of disaster risk reduction},
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