Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015
Making development sustainable: The future of disaster risk management

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Part I - Chapter 2
1 See Figure 2.11, GAR11 (UNISDR, 2011a

UNISDR. 2011a,Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction: Revealing Risk, Redefining Development, Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR.. .
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World Bank regions.
World Bank data:
See the case study on Mexico’s earthquake early warning system in Chapter 7.
In Figure 2.5 and the following graphs, it is possible to determine whether a trend is significant or not using the r-squared (R2) value, which is the coefficient of determination. R2 is a statistical measure that generally ranges from 0 to 1 and indicates how well data fits a statistical model. The higher the coefficient of determination is, the better the fit between the regression and the data.
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