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Extreme Events: Observations, Modeling, and Economics (Geophysical Monograph Series)

Editat de Mario Chavez, Michael Ghil, Jaime Urrutia–Fucugauchi
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en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 25 Mar 2016
The monograph covers the fundamentals and the consequences of extreme geophysical phenomena like asteroid impacts, climatic change, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, landslides, volcanic eruptions, flooding, and space weather. This monograph also addresses their associated, local and worldwide socio-economic impacts.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781119157014
ISBN-10: 1119157013
Pagini: 438
Dimensiuni: 215 x 285 x 32 mm
Greutate: 1.54 kg
Editura: Wiley
Seria Geophysical Monograph Series

Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

Public țintă

Primary Audience: The audience for the book is potentially vast, and it may include: (i) scientists interested in the theoretical and mathematical (statistical) treatment of extreme events and their consequences, including the analysis of time series of extreme events, (ii) geophysicists and geologists, interested in specific natural hazards and their effects, including comparisons between different hazards and their consequences, (iii) scientists and practitioners interested in the economics of extreme natural events, and (iv) scientists and practitioners interested in forecasting and mitigating the consequences of extreme events.

It will also serve advanced undergraduates, graduate students and professionals (postdoctoral fellows and research scientists) in geosciences specializing in the fields of climate dynamics and experimental and theoretical geophysics. It could also serve as a reference book for seismologists, meteorologists and earth scientists. It may serve as a textbook for graduate students in the field of geodynamics, natural hazards, and climate change. 

Secondary Audience:
Seismologists, geoengineers and public policy makers could greatly benefit from the content of this book.