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Understanding the Cascading Impacts of Disasters

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Disasters can lead to fatalities, property destruction and environmental damage. While media and government agencies report these immediate impacts of disasters, uncertainty can exist regarding these direct consequences. Disasters also contribute to cascading impacts which can be even more uncertain and difficult to assess. This seminar will explore existing research that can help to develop a more holistic understanding of the cascading impacts of disasters.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Disaster Research Network series.

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