Natural Hazards Review

Co-Editors:
James E. Beavers, University of Tennessee
Kathleen Tierney, University of Colorado Natural Hazards Center

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Quarterly | ISSN: 1527-6988

Natural Hazards Review provides innovative and practical solutions to the problems and challenges faced by all sectors of the hazards community, including government, academia, the private sector, and non-governmental organizations. The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed papers on every aspect of loss reduction. Articles containing detailed case studies are complemented by ones reporting original research findings to describe both practical projects and the latest cutting-edge knowledge on significant hazards issues.

This is the first cross-disciplinary journal to bring together engineering, the regulatory and policy environments, and the social, behavioral, and physical sciences to natural hazards loss and cost reduction. Extending well beyond the boundaries of one traditional discipline, it serves as a forum for holistic approaches to natural hazards mitigation.

Call for Papers

Natural Hazards Review is currently seeking manuscripts for publication in upcoming issues. The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of natural hazards loss reduction. Articles containing detailed case studies are complemented by ones reporting original research findings to describe both practical projects and the latest cutting-edge knowledge on significant hazards issues.

Manuscript submissions, editorial inquiries, comments, or suggestions may be sent to the American Society of Civil Engineers, Journals Production Department, 1801 Alexander Bell Drive, Reston, VA 20191. Additional information, including complete manuscript preparation instructions, is available online.