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Adnan, R. 2015. Everest: List of Avalanche Victims.


Dixit. 2000. Earthquake Risk Management in the Kathmandu Valley through Integration of Disaster Mitigation and Urban Development


Karnak, M. 2015. The economic damage from the Nepal earthquake is almost half of the country’s GDP. Quartz.


MErtl, S. 2015.How Canada can improve its preparedness following Nepal quake


Meier, P. 2015. 3D Digital Humanitarians: The Irony. 22 July 2015.


NSC 2015. Aftershocks of Gorkha Earthquake


Oskin, B. 2015. Mount Everest Shrank As Nepal Quake Lifted Kathmandu.

EERI 2015. EERI Reconnaissance Team to Nepal.


World Bank. 2015. Nepal - Earthquake post disaster needs assessment : sector reports. Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.


S-UK. 2015. Mobile phone data helps ongoing quake relief effort in Nepal


USGS 2015a USGS Numerical Aftershock Analysis for the Magnitude 7.8 Gorkha earthquake in Nepal April 25, 2015 (as of June 25, 2015)


USGS 2015b. Landslides Triggered by Nepal Earthquakes.


van Zijll de Jong, S. 2015. The April 2015 Gorkha-Nepal Earthquake: An Interdisciplinary Reconnaissance Researcher’s Perspective. Risky Ground. Newsletter. Centre for Natural Hazard Research, Simon Fraser University June 2015 p. 3-6 online.


van Zijll de Jong, S., S. Khan, and D. Keogh. Producing Near Real Time Information: International Responses to the April 2015 Gorkha-Nepal Earthquake. 12th Annual Canadian Risk and Hazards Network Symposium Venue: Calgary Nov 2015.


Walport, M. 2015. Communicating Risk and Hazard to Policy-makers

UCL Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction. 5th Annual Conference – Keynote Address

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