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File Late lessons II Chapter 18 - Late lessons from Chernobyl early warnings from Fukushima
Located in Publications Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation Single chapters
Figure Casualties of 1999 avalanches
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Figure Sites of major technological accidents (1998-2002)
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Figure Areas burnt in Portugal in 2003 summer season up to 8 August 2003
Note: Since the satellite monitoring system used can only detect burnt areas of at least 50 hectares with good accuracy, the total burnt area will certainly be greater than that shown.
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Figure Forest fires 1998-2002, based on satellite observations
Note: This map is based on satellite observations of all types of fires, with non-forest fires filtered out as far as possible
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Figure Location of lakes Djoran and Iliki
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Highlight Nuclear accident in Japan: where to get up-to-date information
Following the massive earthquake and tsunami of 11 March 2011, a number of explosions and fires took place at the reactor buildings of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Japan declared a state of alert and reported leaks of radioactive material. Given the magnitude and the global dimension of the disaster, Japanese authorities and the international community are following the situation very closely. A series of sources provide the public with up-to-date information on the accident's possible impacts on Europe's environment as well as radiation measurements across Europe.
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Highlight text/texmacs Disasters in Europe: more frequent and causing more damage
The number and impacts of disasters have increased in Europe in the period 1998-2009, a new report by the European Environment Agency (EEA) concludes. The report assesses the frequency of disasters and their impacts on humans, the economy and ecosystems and calls for better integrated risk disaster management across Europe.
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Figure Number of reported deaths and minimum and maximum temperature in Paris during the heatwave in summer 2003
Notes: Reported deaths (bars on left axis), temperature (lines, right axis).
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Figure Number of landslides reported in Italy (1998-2001)
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