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 DeCS Categories

N06 Environment and Public Health .
N06.230 Environment .
N06.230.100 Disasters .
SP2 Health Care (Public Health) .
SP2.036 Health Status Disparities .
SP2.036.342 Health Vulnerability .
SP4 Environmental Health .
SP4.001 Health .
SP4.001.037 Disasters .
SP4.001.037.438 Disaster Planning .
SP4.001.037.438.574 Disaster Vulnerability .
SP4.001.037.438.574.300 Vulnerability Study .
SP4.001.037.438.574.305 Vulnerability Analysis .
SP8 Disasters .
SP8.473 Risk 17142 .
SP8.473.981 Disaster Vulnerability .
SP8.473.981.972 Social Vulnerability .
SP8.946 Disaster Management .
SP8.946.819 Prevention and Mitigation .
SP8.946.819.793 Vulnerability Analysis .
SP8.946.819.793.754 Vulnerability Study .
 Synonyms & Historicals
Disaster Vulnerability .
Vulnerability .
Catastrophe Vulnerability .
Degree of loss (from 0 to 100 percent) resulting from a potentially damaging phenomenon. (Material II - IDNDR, 1992) .
Health Vulnerability .
Vulnerability and Health .
Vulterability and Health .
Vulnerability Study .
Study and investigation of all risks and the hazards suceptible to cause a disaster (Material V - Gunn, S.W.A. Multilingual Dictionary of Disaster Medicine and International Relief, 1990). .
Social Vulnerability .
High Social Risk .
Social High Risk .
Degree of susceptibility or of risk to which a population is exposed to suffer damage in a natural disaster. .
Vulnerability Analysis .
A technique that focus both on consequences for the object itself and on primary and secondary consequences for the surrounding environment of a destructive phenomenon. It also concerns itself with the possibilities of reducing such consequences and of improving the capacity to manage future incidents. (Wikipedia) .
Disasters .
Natural Disaster .
Natural Disasters .
Disaster .
Disaster, Natural .
Disasters, Natural .
PICE 3283 .
Potential Injury Creating Events .
Calamities producing great damage, loss of life, and distress. They include results of natural phenomena and man-made phenomena. Normal conditions of existence are disrupted and the level of impact exceeds the capacity of the hazard-affected community. .