Articles | Volume 7, issue 3
Research article
23 Aug 2016
Research article |  | 23 Aug 2016

Hazard interactions and interaction networks (cascades) within multi-hazard methodologies

Joel C. Gill and Bruce D. Malamud


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Short summary
Understanding interactions between hazards and other processes can help us to better understand the complex environment in which disasters occur. This enhanced understanding may help us to better manage hazards and reduce the risk of disasters occurring. Interactions (e.g. one hazard triggering another hazard) are noted between (i) natural hazards, such as earthquakes; (ii) human activity, such as groundwater abstraction; and (iii) technological hazards/disasters, such as building collapse.
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