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  • Flood Hazard Research Centre FHRC
    Flood Hazard Research Centre Middlesex University The Burroughs Hendon
    NW4 4BT London
    United Kingdom

    Phone: +44 2084116101
    Fax: +44 2083611644
    Website: http://www.mdx.ac.uk/our-research/centres/flood-hazard

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Flood Hazard Research Centre (FHRC)

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http://www.mdx.ac.uk/our-research/centres/flood-hazard

The Flood Hazard Research Centre (FHRC) is an interdisciplinary centre based at Middlesex University. The aim of the FHRC is to develop our understanding of the relations between people, water and the environment. In particular, at the Centre they are interested in the environmental and societal dimensions...

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The Flood Hazard Research Centre (FHRC) is an interdisciplinary centre based at Middlesex University. The aim of the FHRC is to develop our understanding of the relations between people, water and the environment. In particular, at the Centre they are interested in the environmental and societal dimensions of natural hazards such as: different factors of change, vulnerability reduction and capacity building, and governance and decision-making. FHRC's studies are targeted towards helping government bodies and communities to reduce the risks from natural hazards and improve policies for current and future generations. FHRC works to promote sustainable water and coastal zone management, policy and practice based upon good governance.

Disaster Reduction Goal

FHRC specialise in the interaction between people and the environment, together with the analysis and appraisal of environmental policies. Our aim is to develop our understanding of the relations between people, water and the environment, in order to reduce the risks from natural hazards and improve policies for current and future generations. In particular, we are interested in the environmental and societal dimensions of natural hazards such as different factors of change, vulnerability reduction and capacity building, governance and decision making.

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  • Flood Hazard Research Centre Middlesex University The Burroughs Hendon NW4 4BT London United Kingdom

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