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Asian Pacific Natural Hazards Information Network
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Abstract: The Asia Pacific Natural Hazards Information Network (APNHIN) at the Pacific
Disaster Center (PDC) supports disaster and resource managers, planners,
governments, and nongovernmental organizations with a suite of applications and
information services designed to search for, evaluate, and access high-quality
geospatial data for natural hazard applications within the Asia Pacific region.
APNHIN comprises a community of organizations who create and share disaster and
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