IGU Commission on Natural Hazards Studies (CONAHA)
Commission UGI sur les études des catastrophes naturelles
as a commission of International Geographical Union (IGU). (From 1992-1996: Commission 92-C20; since 1996: Commission 96-C17). Ceased to exist.
Promote research into the reduction of natural hazards effects, with emphasis on floods, drought, erosion and landslides; encourage investigation into the use of geographic methods in hazards reduction and mitigation, especially in lesser developed regions; promote development of appropriate geographic technology to support the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction.Available with paid subscription only.
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