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Disaster Science Scientific Journals

Disaster Science deals with any catastrophic event that is caused by nature or the natural processes of the earth. The rigor of a disaster is quantified in lives lost, economic loss, and the facility of the population to reconstitute. Events that occur in unpopulated areas are not considered disasters. So a flood on an uninhabited island would not count as a disaster, but a flood in a populated area is called a natural disaster. Geography Natural Disasters, Earth Science Reviews, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Earth Science Research, Journal of Biology and Earth Sciences, Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences, Frontiers in Earth Science, Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, Environmental Earth Sciences, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, Journal of African Earth Sciences, Journal of South American Earth Sciences, International Journal of Earth Sciences, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences and Journal of Earth Science and Climatic Change. A disaster could be a natural or artificial (or technological) hazard leading to an occurrence of considerable extent inflicting consequential physical harm or ravagement, loss of life, or forceful modification to the atmosphere. A disaster may be extensively outlined as any tragic event stemming

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