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This study adopted a collaborative approach, involving industry, government, and academia, using Nature-based Solutions (NbS) to enhance ecosystem services.
This study estimated a resident preference model using the CE method, used demographic data and prevention attitudes to measure resident preference heterogeneity, and estimated the welfare effects of community-based disaster management (CBDM).
This study established a quantitative flood resilience index to assess the resilience of specific locations to flooding. The researchers then used a 3Di hydrodynamic model to simulate time-variant inundation conditions under an extreme event in Taiwan.
The 2021/2022 edition of the Interconnected Disaster Risks report analyses 10 disasters from around the world which were selected for their notoriety and representation of a larger global issue that has changed or will change lives across the world.
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This paper asks to what extent learning has occurred with regard to COVID-19. That is, of past experience with pandemics, whether countries learned from the pandemic experience of others, or from their own experience with other types of emergencies.
The goal of this handbook is to provide background infromation for personnel responding to a disasters during which they may interact with government or citizen responders from China, Japan, South Korea, or Taiwan.
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This research uses big data from relevant departments to extract environmental indicators that affect wildfires, including satellite images, and meteorological observations, and establishes a risk model for the Spatio-temporal distribution of wildfires.
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This study adopts the 1D–2D model SOBEK to investigate the impact of drainage density on river flow. The uncertainty of drainage density in food hazard mapping is assessed by a designed case and a real case, Yanshuixi Drainage in Tainan, Taiwan.

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