geohazards

Geohazards are defined as geological states that may lead to widespread damage or risk. These are geological and environmental conditions that include geological processes of a long or short-term type.

Tropical Storm

Geohazard regarded as the suite of threats to human resources arising from the instability of the surface features of the earth. The threat arises from landform response to surficial processes, although the initiating processes may originate at great distances from the surface.

References

  • Culshaw M. (2018) Geohazards. In: Bobrowsky P.T., Marker B. (eds) Encyclopedia of Engineering Geology. Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series. Springer, Cham

  • Geohazard-associated Geounits by L.A. Rivard. Berlin: Springer, 2009.

  • Oboni F, Oboni C (2016) The Long Shadow of Human‐Generated Geohazards: Risks and Crises, in: Geohazards Caused by Human Activity, ed. Arvin Farid, InTechOpen, ISBN 978-953-51-2802-1, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2801-4