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natural hazards have to affect human activities to count as a hazard. The better the population can cope with an extreme event, the lower the threat

the more people that are in areas exposed to natural hazards, the greater the probability they will be affected by a natural hazard

the hazard risk from some hazards is greater than others. Some natural hazards occur more often than others, increasing the hazard risk


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