Embodied uncertainty: living with complexity and natural hazards
25 September 2017 11:33

Victoria Sword-Daniels, Christine Eriksen and their colleagues recently have a paper , Embodied uncertainty: living with complexity and natural hazards , published on Journal of Risk Research.

This work started at the ISSC Fellows seminar in December 2013 that was co-sponsored by IRDR and it is still proving fruitful.

The work was presented at the Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference 2017, held in London this past summer:

http://www.rgs.org/WhatsOn/ConferencesAndSeminars/Annual+International+Conference/Past+and+future+conferences.htm

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