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This research is helping emergency services prepare for future disasters.
This research is helping emergency services prepare for future disasters.

Hazard Note 9 is an overview of the Scenario and loss analysis cluster of research projects. The cluster has two linked studies:

This Hazard Note, available to download on the right, details the aim of each project, the work completed to date and the outcomes so far. More information about each project is available on the project pages, including completed reports referred to in the Hazard Note.

Additionally, the short videos below feature researcher Andrew Gissing and end user Simon Opper (NSW SES) talking about the aims of each project and how the outcomes will help emergency service agencies measure the effect of policies and prepare for natural disasters beyond our current experience.

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