Worldwide, cities face increasing risk of catastrophes. The Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004, with more than 240,000 deaths, and Hurricane Katrina of 2005, considered the most costly disaster in U.S. history at over $200 billion, captured world attention. Most of these ...

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