ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL DISASTERS IN BULGARIA BASED ON THEIR CLASSIFICATION
AbstractDisasters caused by natural phenomena or human activities often occur in the Republic of Bulgaria. Their social and economic consequences can have a significant adverse effect on the development of the country and its economic growth, therefore disaster risk reduction is very important for sustainable development. This paper presents an overview of the main natural and man-made hazards in Bulgaria. A descriptive analysis of the critical disasters in Bulgaria for the time periods of 2003-2008 and 2010–2016 is made. The survey is based on the classification of the hazards. Existing statistical data is reviewed and analysed and, as a consequence, recommendations are proposed.
Edward Bryant, (2005),Natural hazards, Second edition, Cambridge University Press
Rositsa Velichkova, Detelin Markov, Iskra Simova, Georgi Burdarov, Tsvetelina Petrova, Zahari Ketipov(2017), On the analysis of natural hazards, Proceeding of Technical University of Sofia, vol.67, issiue3,15-24
National plan for protection of hazards (2010), Council of Ministers, Republic of Bulgaria
National Statistical Institute in Bulgaria www.nsi.bg
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