Before the Fall: Innsmouth Adventures Prior to the Great by Dula, Lay, O'Connell, Sumpter, Szachnowski

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Some volcanic zones, such as Ischia and the Phlegrean Fields, have to be considered as active even though eruptions have not occurred during the last century. Today these areas are characterised by a very high population and urban activity density. For example, the last eruption of the Phlegrean Fields took place in 1538 and produced the “Monte Nuovo” in just one night (Fig. 5), after a period of quiescence lasting approximately three thousand years, and was one of the less violent eruptions experienced in the area.

According to the most widely accepted references, fire risk is simply the potential for fire ignition, the chance of fire starting as determined by the presence and activity of causative agents (FAO, 1986; McPherson et al. 1990). Nevertheless, different approaches to forest fire risk assessment, which take into account both probability and expected outcome of the undesired event, have recently been proposed (Bachmann and Allgoewer 1999; Chuvieco et al. 2003). As a consequence, available hazard analyses are based on different approaches.

Because of systemic links, in fact, and the growing interdependence of infrastructures, and social and economic assets, an event in a given area may have repercussions miles away and on apparently distant systems. 1 Hazards by Type Three types of hazards can be recognised in Europe: those having the potential to produce regional disasters, often transboundary (typically floods); localised hazards that will produce local events, as the largest amount of physical damage will be concentrated in the area of occurrence (large landslides, avalanches); and finally events that could be considered local for their individual occurrence, but which may manifest contemporarily in several places Menoni S.

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