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Multi-hazard dependencies can increase or decrease risk
journal contributionposted on 17.06.2020 by John Hillier, Tom Matthews, Robert Wilby, Conor Murphy
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In risk analysis, it is recognised that hazards can often combine to worsen their joint impact, but impact data for a rail network show that hazards can also tend to be mutually exclusive at seasonal timescales. Ignoring this overestimates worst-case risk, so we therefore champion a broader view of risk from compound hazards.
INTER-ACTION - 'Defining how we can act together to manage insurable risk' : NE/R003297/1
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