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Natural and Technological Hazards - Europe's Environment: The Dobris Assessment (Chapter 18)

18.1 - Introduction
18.2 - Hazardous Events: A Separate Cause of Impacts
18.2.1 - Uncertainity and duration
18.2.2 - Impact mechanisms and types of damage
18.2.2.1 - Accidents
18.2.2.2 - Natural hazards
18.3 - Sources and Consequences
18.3.1 - Industrial installations
18.3.2 - Inland transport and distribution
18.3.3 - Marine transport and offshore installations
18.3.4 - Nuclear installations and transport of radioactive material
18.3.4.1 - Transportation
18.3.4.2 - Operation of nuclear installations
18.3.4.3 - Abnormal events
18.3.4.4 - Environmental effects
18.3.4.4.1 - Important radionuclides
18.3.4.4.2 - Radionuclide distribution
18.3.4.4.3 - Radiation damage to vegetation
18.3.4.4.4 - Radiation damage to fauna
18.3.4.4.5 - Lessons learned and needs
18.3.5 - Natural hazards
18.3.5.1 - Storms and floods
18.3.5.2 - Heatwaves, fires and draughts
18.3.5.3 - Earthquakes and volcanoes
18.4 - Hazardous Events as a Cause of Damage
18.4.1 - Short- and long-term impacts
18.4.2 - Relationship with other causes of impacts
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