Natural hazards and disasters
There has never been a time when natural hazards did not regularly and profoundly affect life on earth. Tales of torrents, floods and earthly upheaval appear in our most ancient myths, and such events have played and continue to play, now more than ever, an integral part in the natural history of our planet. The EU’s seventh framework programme supports research and innovation based solutions at transnational and international level.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (European Commission) Themes: Natural disasters, Earth sciences research
- Subject: cindynics, earth sciences, environmental research, natural disaster, natural hazard
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