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402. Hazard Management in Iceland

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This Geography Factsheet explores the holistic hazard management strategies being developed to manage the high risks from a variety of volcanic and coastal hazards. Over the past 10 years alone, Iceland has had 4 significant but very contrasting volcanic eruptions with lava flows, ash deposition and glacial outburst floods with future risks a strong possibility. The management of these hazard risks are not only vital, but complex too.

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January 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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