alexa Hydrologic Vulnerability and Preventing Domino Effect Consequences

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Hydrologic Vulnerability and Preventing Domino Effect Consequences

Hydrologic conditions and dependency of a community to the existing state of hydrologic settings create a network of vulnerabilities with multidimensional consequences. Hydrologic vulnerability is defined by the geographic conditions which also link a series of physical, social, and economic conditions as well as the engineering infrastructure.

Citation: Tansel B (2013) Hydrologic Vulnerability and Preventing Domino Effect Consequences. Hydrol Current Res 4:e113.

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