Natural and Man-Made Hazards

Natural and Man-Made Hazards

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In recent years, several major natural and man-made hazards have challenged scientists, government officials and the public in general: earthquakes, major volcanic and other seismic eruptions in Mount St. Helens, EI Chichon, Mexico city, Nevado del Ruiz, Japan, Italy, Greece, Cameroon and many other places on our globe; Tsunami in the Pacific Ocean and deadly storm surges along the coasts of India, Bangladesh and Japan; Cyclones, floods, thunderstorms, snow storms, tornadoes, drought, desertification and other climatic catastrophes; Amoco-Cadiz oil spill accident (France), Three-Mile Island (U. S. A. ) and Chernobyl (U. S. S. R. ) nuclear accidents, Bhopal chemical accident (India), acid rain (Canada, U. S. A. ) and other technological disasters. Such hazards have snuffed out millions of lives, infliBoldt, R. T.: 1985, Management View of Occupational Health and Safety. Working ... An Emergency Manual, Alberta Environmental Protection Services, Pollution Control Division, Pesticide Chemicals Branch, Oxbridge Place 9820a€“106 Street, anbsp;...

Title:Natural and Man-Made Hazards
Author:Mohammed I. El-Sabh, Tad S. Murty
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06


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