Landslides and flooding in the Caribbean are destructive, endemic forces that destroy homes, businesses and schools, cost millions of dollars annually and kill hundreds of men, women and children. This book promotes a holistic approach for managing geohazards in the region. It emphasizes a preventive, proactive approach rather than a reactive one.
Serwan M.J. Baban is Head, School of Environmental Science and Management and Professor of Environmental Geoinformatics, Southern Cross University, Australia. He was also Professor of Surveying and Land Information and Chairman, School of Graduate Studies and Research, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. He is the author of over eighty-five refereed journal articles. He has served as a consultant or advisor on environmental issues to several governments and universities in the United Kingdom, United States, Malaysia, Jordan, Malta, Tunisia and several Caribbean states including Trinidad and Tobago.