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Experience from previous disasters risk mitigation

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experience from previous disasters, risk mitigation, risk analysis, and risk management can save lives with education and cooperation. Although Americans believe that scientists and the government are responsible for natural disasters, Americans fail to take ownership and responsibility for their own education and preparedness in the event of disaster and devastation. Natural disasters will cause significant damage and loss of life depending on the location and the metro complexity for the occurring event and deserve earth observation globally. 2
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Earthquakes, floods, and tropical storms are the top three global disasters causing the largest amount of loss for structure and the well-being of human life in the world. These natural events will undergo analysis for patterns and distribution, location and outcome, along with the extent of damages and the measures for mitigation and prevention. The mitigation for the effects of natural disasters begins with organizations consisting of the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction (IDNDR), International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR), and the United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UNSPIDER). These mentioned charters are just a few in regards to tracking achievements, or lack thereof, for reducing disaster through mitigation activities and play a role in worldwide programs for natural disaster mitigation. The government and multiple agencies are motivated in achieving success in analysis for early warning systems for earthquakes, tropical cyclones and storm surge disasters, flood and drought disasters, and the impact for massive hurricanes. The society must inherit the same motivation in determining their fate and protecting
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