natural environment, and the built environment, particularly more vulnerable people, throughout history, and in some cases, on a day-to-day. 6 Pathogenic Campylobacter and Salmonella are common foodborne biological hazards. Download Presentation, powerPoint Slideshow about 'An Overview of Environmental Hazards Related to Crops in Greece' - Angelica. Sociological hazards Further information: Disaster_area Sociological_hazards Hazards due to sociological causes, also a sub-class of anthropogenic hazards Sociological hazards include crime, terrorist threats and war. This definition includes indirect losses of life caused after initial onset of the disaster such as secondary effects of,.g., cholera or dysentery. Washington, DC: Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Construction of off-stream reservoirs to store surface water sinks for collection of precipitation water. The much expanded sixth edition of Environmental Hazards provides a fully up-to-date overview of all the extreme events that threaten people and what they value in the 21st century. The Alliance is also a cooperative effort that links to existing groupsthe Natural Hazards Center for example to focus on issues not being addressed or for which additional support is needed. 'Extreme' in this case means a substantial variation in either the positive or the negative direction from the normal trend; flood disasters can result from exceptionally high precipitation and river discharge, and drought is caused by exceptionally low values. Based on energy source edit Biological hazard Main article: biological hazard Biological hazards, also known as biohazards, originate in biological processes of living organisms, and refer to agents that pose a threat to the health of living organisms, the security of property, or the health. Firstly through location, because it is only when people and their possessions get in the way of natural processes that hazard exists." 1 A natural hazard can be considered as a geophysical event which when it occurs in extremes and a human factor is involved.
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