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Playing against Nature: Integrating Science and Economics to Mitigate Natural Hazards in an Uncertain World by Seth Seth Stein Stein, Jerome Jerome Stein Stein

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Figure 1.4    (a) Seismic hazard map for Haiti produced prior to the 2010 earthquake showing maximum shaking expected to have a 10% chance of being exceeded once in 50 years, or on average once about every 500 years. (b) Map of the shaking in the 2010 earthquake. (Stein et al., 2012. Reproduced with permission of Elsevier B.V.)
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Figure 1.5    Comparison of seismic hazard maps for Haiti made before (a) and shortly after (b) the 2010 earthquake. The newer map shows a factor of four higher hazard on the fault that had recently broken in the earthquake. ...

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