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Natural Hazards and Risk Research in Russia / edited by Valentina Svalova.

Edition:
1st ed. 2019.
Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019.
Series:
Earth and Environmental Science (Springer-11646)
Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering, 2520-8047
Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering, 2520-8047
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (VII, 399 pages) : 207 illustrations, 148 illustrations in color.
Subjects:
Natural disasters.
Quality control.
Reliability.
Industrial safety.
Geotechnical engineering.
Local subjects:
Natural Hazards. (search)
Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk. (search)
Geotechnical Engineering & Applied Earth Sciences. (search)
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Summary:
This book presents natural hazards and risk--one of the fastest-growing and most relevant fields of pure and applied research within geosciences and environmental engineering-from a multi-disciplinary perspective. It examines principles, concepts, and paradigms derived from diverse research studies, and explains operational terms, materials, tools, techniques, and methods used in practice. Collecting the expertise of more than 60 scientists and expert practitioners from across Russia, this authoritative volume is ideal for the diverse range of researchers and professionals concerned with the interaction of natural hazards and the built environment. Maximizes reader understanding of natural hazards research and risk analysis in Russia; Explains relevance and application of primary tools and practices in risk study; Clarifies similarities and differences in fundamental concepts and principles across the discipline; Directs geologists, engineers, architects, planners, teachers, students, and others to authoritative sources. .
Contents:
Chapter1: Technogenesis and natural disasters
Chapter2: Complications and Prospects of the Hydrogeological Substantiation of Drainage in Deep Tunnels
Chapter3: Probabilistic Approach to Forecast of the Risk Caused by Groundwater Contamination
Chapter4: Landslide and Seismic Monitoring Systems
Chapter5: Early-Warning Landslide Monitoring System
Chapter6: Problems in forecasting dangerous processes and phenomena on the base of the Earth Remote sensing data
Chapter7: Assessment and mapping geological risk for the future subsurface linear construction in Moscow
Chapter8: Deep extrusive landslides. peculiarities of formation, development and protection
Chapter9: The research of surface runoff in engineering-geological zoning
Chapter10: Assessment of Seismic Hazards for Extractive Installations of the Oil and Gas Complex on the Caspian Sea Shelf
Chapter11: Geodinamic stability of territories with specially important engineering objects
Chapter12: Combined measures on providing safety of technogenic objects within the mined territories of potassium deposits in Perm region, Russia
Chapter13: Geo-Environmental Sustainability of Arctic Area of The Russian Federation
Chapter14: Geo-Environmental Zoning for Urban Planning and Design
Chapter15: Objective methods for compiling integral maps
Chapter16: Suture zones as upper crustal seismogenerating structures
Chapter17: Stochastic modelling of human-induced thermokarst and natural risk assessment for existing and planned engineering structures
Chapter18: Stochastic modelling of natural lacustrine thermokarst under stable and unstable climate
Chapter19: Seismo - ecological monitoring of seismic and special - hazard object
Chapter20: Landslide Risk Assessment, Management and Reduction for City Territories
Chapter21: Mechanical-Mathematical Modeling for Landslide Processes
Chapter22: Structural transformations of perennial frozen rocks during the Yamal Crater formation
Chapter23: Landslide activity and landslide hazard in Geyser valley (Kamchatka peninsula, Russia)
Chapter24: The History of Slope Evolution as Primary Cause of Modern Landslide Deformations (on the example of a landslide "Vorobyovy Gory", Moscow)
Chapter25: Application of Fractal Theory Methods for Seismogram Analysis
Chapter26: The new method of the potentially hazardous geodynamic active zones mapping.
Contributor:
Svalova, Valentina. editor., Editor,
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ISBN:
978-3-319-91833-4
9783319918334
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-319-91833-4 doi
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