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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Analysis of Natech Disaster (Natural Hazard Triggering Technological Disasters) Management. NEDIES Workshop, 20-21 October 2003, Ispra, VA (I)VETERE ARELLANO Ana lisa; NORDVIK Jean-pierre; CRUZ Ana maria; PISANO FrancescoBooks
2011Analysis of tsunami impact scenarios at an oil refineryCRUZ Ana Maria; KRAUSMANN Elisabeth; FRANCHELLO GiovanniArticles in Journals
2009Assessment of Major Accidents Triggered by LightningRENNI Elisabetta; COZZANI Valerio; ANTONIONI Giacomo; KRAUSMANN Elisabeth; CRUZ Ana mariaContributions to Conferences
2013Impact of the 11 March 2011, Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami on the chemical industryKRAUSMANN Elisabeth; CRUZ Ana MariaArticles in Journals
2010The Impact of the 12 May 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake on Industrial FacilitiesKRAUSMANN Elisabeth; CRUZ Ana maria; AFFELTRANGER BastienArticles in Journals
2009Lezioni apprese dal sisma del 12 Maggio 2008 nel Wenchuan: l'iimpatto sulle strutture industrialiKRAUSMANN Elisabeth; CRUZ Ana maria; RENNI Elisabetta; AFFELTRANGER BastienContributions to Conferences
2009Natech Accidents at Industrial Facilities - the Case of the Wenchuan EarthquakeKRAUSMANN Elisabeth; CRUZ Ana maria; AFFELTRANGER BastienContributions to Conferences
2009Potential Impact of Tsunamis on an Oil Refinery in Southern ItalyCRUZ Ana maria; KRAUSMANN Elisabeth; FRANCHELLO GiovanniContributions to Conferences
2013Vulnerability of the Oil and Gas Sector to Climate Change and Extreme Weather EventsCRUZ Ana maria; KRAUSMANN ElisabethArticles in Journals
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