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Year: 2016
Nepal is vulnerable to landslides due to the landscape’s geological fragility and steep terrain, unsustainable development practices, and extreme rainfall events
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Year: 2015
Mass movements caused by rainfall events in Taiwan are analyzed during a 7-year period from 2006 to 2012
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Year: 2012
Flash floods are among the most destructive natural disasters in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region
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Year: 2011
This report is one of several case studies the IFRC is undertaking to learn about how legislation can support (or impede) disaster risk reduction, particularly at the community level
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Year: 2007
This book is one of four reports intended to provide a quick overview of the current status of disaster preparedness planning in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan including the documents, plans, and legal instruments in place and the institutions governing their implementation
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Year: 2007
The Ratu Khola watershed employs flood-hazard mapping to study flood hazard, risk, and vulnerability in a watershed unit
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Year: 2006
At 00:30 (local time) on the 10th September 2003 a joint and foliation defined wedge of material with an estimated volume of 7–12×10 6 m 3 slid into the narrow Tsatichhu River Valley, in Jarrey Geog, Lhuentse, eastern Bhutan
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