Small-scale flash flood events are climate-related disasters which can put
multiple aspects of the system at risk. The consequences of flash floods in
densely populated cities are increasingly becoming problematic around the
globe. However, they are largely ignored in disaster impact assessment studies,
especially in assessing socioeconomic loss and damage, which can provide a
significant insight for disaster risk reduction measures. Using a structured
questionnaire survey, this study applied a statistical approach and developed a
structural equation model (SEM) for assessing several socioeconomic
dimensions including physical impacts, mobility disruption, lifeline facilities,
health and income-related impacts.

Categories: Sosial, Sosioekonomi
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