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Reducing disaster risk in cities: moving towards a new set of skills

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posted on 22.09.2015 by Lee Bosher, Cassidy Johnson, Jason Von Meding
Cities need to be more resilient to disasters. Lee Bosher of Loughborough University, Cassidy Johnson of UCL and Jason Von Meding of The University of Newcastle, Australia say that civil engineers are ideally placed to help but they need new skills to do so.

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  • Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering

Published in

Proceedings of the ICE - Civil Engineering,

Volume

168

Issue

3

Pages

99 - 99

Citation

BOSHER, L.S., VON MEDING, J. and JOHNSON, C., 2015. Reducing disaster risk in cities: moving towards a new set of skills. Proceedings of the ICE - Civil Engineering, 168 (3), p.99.

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© ICE Publishing

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Publication date

2015

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This paper is closed access until 1st August 2016.

ISSN

0965-089X

eISSN

1751-7672

Language

en

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