TSUNAMITO SURVIVE FROM TSUNAMI 32 ADVANCED SERIES ON OCEAN ENGINEERING

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Tsunami

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ISBN : 9789814277495
Genre : Crisis management
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This book provides comprehensive scientific information and knowledge survival tips on how to survive a tsunami. It is especially useful to those living (or about to live) in tsunami-prone areas, and to travelers who may visit such areas. The book is composed of two parts: the first consisting of three chapters on how to survive a tsunami by (i) describing precious lessons obtained from actual tsunami disasters, (ii) imparting fundamental knowledge of tsunami science for survival, and (iii) listing measures for tsunami disaster mitigation. The second part provides more detailed scientific knowledge on tsunamis and consists two chapters: one describes tsunami occurrence mechanism and near-shore behavior; the other mentions numerical simulation and tsunami forecasting. This book has been awarded the 2009 Book of the Year Award by the Japan Society of Civil Engineers.
Category: Crisis management

Nalluri And Featherstone S Civil Engineering Hydraulics

Author : Martin Marriott
ISBN : 9781118915806
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 69.27 MB
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An update of a classic textbook covering a core subject taught on most civil engineering courses.Civil Engineering Hydraulics, 6th edition contains substantial worked example sections with an online solutions manual. This classic text provides a succinct introduction to the theory of civil engineering hydraulics, together with a large number of worked examples and exercise problems. Each chapter contains theory sections and worked examples, followed by a list of recommended reading and references. There are further problems as a useful resource for students to tackle, and exercises to enable students to assess their understanding. The numerical answers to these are at the back of the book, and solutions are available to download from the books companion website.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Stuttgarter Kolloquium Zur Historischen Geographie Des Altertums 6 1996

Author : Eckart Olshausen
ISBN : 3515072527
Genre : History
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Inhalt: G. Hebbeker: Die Sprachlosigkeit der Katastrophen und die begrifflichen Fassungen ihrer Bedeutung - H. Warnecke: Erdbeben in der Odyssee - G. Manganaro: Antioco - Tucidide - Timeo e il vulcanismo etneo - H. Sonnabend: Der Gewaltherrscher und die Natur - H. Riedel: Der Landschaftswandel des Dalyan-Deltas seit der Antike - G. Waldherr: Altertumswissenschaften und moderne Katastrophenforschung - L. Knibbeler: Iamboulos or the ambiguities of crisis management - D. J. Mosley: Politics, Diplomacy and Desaster in Ancient Greece - E. Ruschenbusch: Mi�ernten bei Getreide in den Jahren 1921-1938 in Griechenland als Modell fuer die Antike - J. Mylonopoulos: Religi�se Interpretationen von Erd- und Seebeben - R. Stepper: Die Darstellung von Naturkatastrophen bei Herodot - P. Barcel�: Naturkatastrophen in der sp�tantiken Literatur - L.-M. Guenther: Das Hochwasser bei Helenopolis (6. Jh.n.Chr.) - Y. Lafond: Die Katastrophe von 373 v. Chr. und das Verschwinden der Stadt Helike in Achaia - S. Bianchetti: Der Ausbruch des �tna und die Erkl�rungsversuche der Antike - F. Sauerwein �: Erdbeben im Mittelmeergebiet als Folge plattentektonischer Vorg�nge - E. Winter: Kaiserliche Hilfsma�nahmen nach Naturkatastrophen �The most striking thing about these papers and the enterprise they represent is their interdisciplinary diversity. The colloquium brings together philologists and ancient historians with archaeologists, geologists (including vulcanologists), and sociologists concerned with the growing fields of disaster studies. Some of the most challenging of the papers are concerned specifically with the interaction of contemporary research on Greco-Roman antiquity with contemporary research in the natural and social sciences.� Bryn Mawr Classical Review.
Category: History