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International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering, Volume 5, Issue 3

Preface

Author(s): Jessica Lamond

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Natural and man-made flood risk mapping and warning for socially vulnerable populations

Author(s): D. MIOC, J.N. NKHWANANA, K.K. MOREIRI, B. NICKERSON, M. SANTOS, E. MCGILLIVRAY, A. MORTON, F. ANTON, A. AHMAD, M. MEZOUAGHI, L. MOFFORD & P. TANG

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Lessons of cooperation between government and non-governmental organizations in emergency management in the Czech Republic

Author(s): J. DOSTÁL

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Damage and loss prognosis tools correlating flood action and building’s resistance-type parameters

Author(s): H. MAIWALD & J. SCHWARZ

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Homeowners’ perceptions of property-level flood risk adaptation (PLFRA) measures: The case of the summer 2007 flood event in England

Author(s): R. JOSEPH, D. PROVERBS & J. LAMOND

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Mapping community knowledge of vulnerability of value: A case study in the UK

Author(s): N. BHATTACHARYA-MIS & J. LAMOND

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Page Range: 266 - 279

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International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering

An Interdisciplinary journal for research and applications

The International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering, due to its special nature, is an interdisciplinary area of research and applications that brings together in a systematic way many disciplines of engineering, from the traditional to the most technologically advanced. The journal covers areas such as crisis management; security engineering; natural disasters and emergencies; terrorism; IT security; man-made hazards; risk management; control; protection and mitigation issues.