Special Issue "Feature Papers of Natural Hazards in 2022"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2022) | Viewed by 1022
Interests: earth observation; radar and optical remote sensing; InSAR; time series analysis; Earth Sciences; environmental geology; natural hazards; urban environments; geoheritage; geoconservation; cultural heritage
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As Editor-in-Chief of Section Natural Hazards, I am pleased to announce this collection, entitled “Feature Papers of Section Natural Hazards in 2022”. This Special Issue will be a collection of high-quality reviews and original papers from editorial board members, guest editors, and leading researchers, discussing new knowledge or new cutting-edge developments of Natural Hazards including but not limited to the following topics:
- Geological hazards: earthquakes; volcanoes; and tsunamis;
- Climate-change-related hazards: droughts, extreme heat, soil erosion, coastal erosion, etc.;
- Hydro-meteorological hazards: hurricanes, typhoons, cyclones, and tornadoes; thunderstorms, sand/dust storms, river floods, flash floods, etc.;
- Sea and ocean hazards: geohazards in lacustrine settings; hazards in coastal areas, extreme events in sea waves, etc.;
- Mass-movement hazards: landslides, rock falls, debris flows, etc.;
- Anthropogenic hazards: urban fires, air pollution, induced earthquakes, etc.
Dr. Deodato Tapete
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