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Estimating the costs of landslide damage in the United States
Robert W. Fleming
Bibliography: p. 21
|Statement||by Robert W. Fleming and Fred A. Taylor|
|Series||Geological Survey circular -- 832|
|Contributions||Taylor, Fred A, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
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[Robert W Fleming; Fred A Taylor; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Landslide economics is vital for fundamental understanding of landslide risk as dealing with two important topics: (i) impact assessment, either as damage statistics or cost modeling, and (ii. New Method for Estimating Landslide Losses for Major Winter Storms in California.
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This is in Countermeasures: Humanitarian aid. Landslides in the United States result in an estimated average of 25 to 50 deaths annually and cost $1 to 3 billion per year. In addition to direct losses, landslides also cause significant environmental damage and societal disruption. In the United States, persons living in areas prone to landslides are at risk of significant financial losses because insurance companies do not offer coverage.
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