The Mathematics of Natural CatastropheseBook - 1999
This is a unique book about natural catastrophes, focusing on the mathematical aspects of these phenomena. Although academic in style and didactic in purpose, it is practical in the treatment of the diverse issues covered, which range from hazard warning and forecasting to engineering design criteria and insurance loss estimation. Addressing as it does many mathematical topics not found together in a single volume, the book should be of value to all those with a quantitative educational interest in or professional concern for natural catastrophes.
Publisher: River Edge, NJ : Imperial College Press, 1999
Characteristics: 1 online resource (vii, 292 pages) : illustrations