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Natural hazards triggered disasters are products of both natural variability and human–environment interactions. Natural disasters are thus inherently linked to resilience and development of the coupled human–environment systems. While natural disasters have always been part of the human history, our relationship with natural disasters has been profoundly changing as humans becoming an increasingly powerful force influencing both the hazards and our vulnerability to them.
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- The Great Tangshan and Wenchuan Earthquakes in China: A Preliminary Comparison and Lessons Learned
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