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Riesgo de sequía y vulnerabilidad socioeconómica en la Cuenca del Guadalentín

García Marin, Ramón

Titre : Riesgo de sequía y vulnerabilidad socioeconómica en la Cuenca del Guadalentín

Auteur : García Marin, Ramón

Université de soutenance : Universidad de Murcia

Grade : Tesis Doctoral 2008

Résumé
This work analyzes drought as climatic risk and natural disaster in interaction with the society of the area of study (Guadalentin river basin, SE of Spain). The study analyzes from a global perspective, integrating climatic parameters (that determine the degree of dangerousness) and socioeconomic measures (that define the vulnerability of the population to this natural extreme phenomenon), the problematics of the droughts, determining the adequacy of the policies of combat to the effects that them motivate, and specifying measures of prevention and mitigation that should substitute the current ones of urgent and eventual character

This work analyzes drought as climatic risk and natural disaster in interaction with the society of the area of study (Guadalentin river basin, SE of Spain). The study analyzes from a global perspective, integrating climatic parameters (that determine the degree of dangerousness) and socioeconomic measures (that define the vulnerability of the population to this natural extreme phenomenon), the problematics of the droughts, determining the adequacy of the policies of combat to the effects that them motivate, and specifying measures of prevention and mitigation that should substitute the current ones of urgent and eventual character

Mots clés : riesgo, sequía, vulnerabilidad, ordenación del territorio, risk, drought, vulnerability, land management

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