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Natural Hazards

Soheil Mohammadi

Soheil Mohammadi is a PhD student at the University of Genoa in Italy, working on developing a resilience-based methodology for the multi-risk assessment of urban settlements to be implemented in recovery planning and management. He obtained his graduation degree in engineering for natural risk management at the University of Genoa and did his master’s thesis on multi-hazard risk assessment capabilities of Early Warning Systems in collaboration with the CIMA foundation. His research interests encompass multi-risk exposure and vulnerability assessment, flood and drought risk assessment, earthquake risk, and urban planning tools for disaster risk reduction.

Let’s begin the recovery before the disaster

Let’s begin the recovery before the disaster

Every natural event that causes damage to the built environment must be followed by recovery; however, this phase of disaster risk management has received less attention from academics than the others [1]. In all its aspects, disaster recovery has remained a contentious topic, with experts debating its definition, approaches, objectives, activities, and even when it should begin and finish [2–4]. ...[Read More]