By David J. Briggs,Pip Forer,Lars Järup,Richard Stern
The vital issues mentioned the following contain the probabilistic nature of so much environmental risks and the semi-random elements that effect interactions among those and human exposures; the consequences of temporal and spatial scales on possibility evaluate and imputed probability; the consequences of dimension errors in chance estimation and the stratification of dangers and their affects in accordance with socioeconomic features; and the quantification of socioeconomic transformations in vulnerability and susceptibility to environmental risks.
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