A review of hydro-meteorological hazard, vulnerability, and risk assessment frameworks and indicators in the context of nature-based solutions

Mohammad Aminur Rahman Shah*, Fabrice G. Renaud, Carl C. Anderson, Annie Wild, Alessio Domeneghetti, Annemarie Polderman, Athanasios Votsis, Beatrice Pulvirenti, Bidroha Basu, Craig Thomson, Depy Panga, Eija Pouta, Elena Toth, Francesco Pilla, Jeetendra Sahani, Joy Ommer, Juliane El Zohbi, Karen Munro, Maria Stefanopoulou, Michael LoupisNikos Pangas, Prashant Kumar, Sisay Debele, Swantje Preuschmann, Wang Zixuan

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