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Quantifying cascading effects triggered by disrupted transportation due to the Great 2008 Chinese Ice Storm: implications for disaster risk management

Quantifying cascading effects triggered by disrupted transportation due to the Great 2008 Chinese Ice Storm: implications for disaster risk management

Natural Hazards 70(1): 337-352

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DOI: 10.1007/s11069-013-0813-9

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