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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH8.05 NATECH disasters: When natural hazards trigger technological disasters

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Simonova, M.; Danihelka, P.
Starting of NATECHS research in Slovak Republic

Sengul, H.; Steinberg, L. J.; Cruz, A. M.
Analysis of Fourteen Years of Natech Disasters in the United States (withdrawn)

Ranguelov, B
NATECH disasters – destructive potential and classifications

Cruz, A. M.; Okada, N.
Urban Soil Contamination Sites in Hazardous Areas: Community Actions

Vallée, A.; Descourrière, S.; Affeltranger, B.
Impact of flooding on hazardous plants - Analysis and methodological proposal

Affeltranger, B.; Touret, J.-P.; Vallée, A.; Reimeringer, M.
Post-earthquake investigation of industrial facilities: learning lessons to mitigate NATECH disasters

Dandoulaki, M.
NATECHs: A Common Challenge for Segregated Scientific, Engineering and Management Societies

Floridi, L.; Fabi, D.
Earthquake inducing hazardous releases: risk prevention and external emergency planning

Septimius, M.; Mihai, T.; Vlad, S.; Alexandru, O.
Lessons learnt from recent mining tailing dam failures and integration in the national legislation of Romania, following the NATECH accident from Baia Mare

Fleming, T; Penny, S
Mitigating Technological Disasters caused by Natural Disasters

Mushtaq, F.; Krausmann, E.; Christou, M.
The management of NATECH risk in the process industry in the European Community (withdrawn)

Krausmann, E.; Mushtaq, F.
A damage scale for NATECH events: Measuring the impact of floods and forest fires on industrial installations

Fendler, R.
Floods and safety of installations containing hazardous substances. Conclusions of the UBA on a research project.

Durukal, E.; Erdik, M.; Sanli, B.
Damage to and vulnerability of industry in earthquakes in Turkey

Steinberg, L. J.
State of the Art in Natech Research and Natech Policy

Cruz, A. M.; Okada, N.
Diagnosis of NATECH risk in urban areas: A methodology for preliminary assessment

Milev, B.
Recent flood in Bulgaria (Summer 2005) (withdrawn)

Betakova, J.; Danihelka, P.
Land Use Planning and NATECH Disasters in Context of Sustainable Development

Danihelka, P.
Technological disasters triggered by natural events: Case studies in the Czech Republic

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