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A New Approach for Network Vulnerability Analysis

A Multicounty Analysis Identifying the Populations Vulnerable to Mortality Associated with High Ambient Temperature in California

Insulin resistance is associated with coronary plaque vulnerability: insight from optical coherence tomography analysis

The impact of epicardial fat volume on coronary plaque vulnerability: insight from optical coherence tomography analysis

Economic Vulnerability and Severity of Debt Problems: An Analysis of the Irish EU-SILC 2008

Intravascular ultrasound radiofrequency analysis of coronary atherosclerosis: an emerging technology for the assessment of vulnerable plaque

A continuum of premature death. Meta-analysis of competing mortality in the psychosocially vulnerable

A mathematical and statistical analysis of the curves illustrating vulnerability of xylem to cavitation

Effect of Households’ Social Networks on Lice Infestation among Vulnerable Mexican Children: a Qualitative Comparative Analysis

Vulnerability of a specialized pollination mechanism to climate change revealed by a 356-year analysis

The development of behavioral defenses: a mechanistic analysis of vulnerability in red-eyed tree frog hatchlings

Disaster risk management and its relationship to land use geographies vulnerable to water-related disasters: an analysis of the Japanese legislative system

Reforming Professional Training and Protecting Vulnerable Adults from Abuse: A Thematic Analysis of the New Social Work Degree's Prescribed Curriculum

Economic evaluation of an intensive home visiting programme for vulnerable families: a cost-effectiveness analysis of a public health intervention


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The process of estimating the vulnerability to potential natural hazards or environmental change (such as the release of a particular pollutant) of specified elements at risk (such as elderly people or rare species).

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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