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(Amplification) Relationship

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The occurrence of one hazard can increase the likelihood and/or magnitude of additional hazards in the future (e.g., forest fires can amplify the triggering of debris flows during heavy rain).


Ciurean, R., Gill, J.C., Reeves, H., O’Grady, S.K., Donald, K., & Aldridge, T. (2018). Review of multi-hazards research and risk assessments, British Geological Survey Engineering Geology & Infrastructure Programme. Open Report OR/18/057, 109 pp.

Available at: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/524399/

See also: Multi-Hazard

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