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Scales as a challenge for vulnerability assessment

Author(s): Fekete A, Damm M, Birkmann J

Abstract

Vulnerability assessments and scale are highly intertwined, not only in technical application but also in conceptualisation, which needs more scientific development. Content may be subject to copyright. development. work at multiple scales, or to reduce complexity by rather focusing at one scale or leve

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