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Review article
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02 May 2022
Review article |  | 02 May 2022

To which extent are socio-hydrology studies truly integrative? The case of natural hazards and disaster research

Franciele Maria Vanelli, Masato Kobiyama, and Mariana Madruga de Brito

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We conducted a systematic literature review of socio-hydrological studies applied to natural hazards and disaster research. Results indicate that there is a wide range of understanding of what social means in socio-hydrology, and monodisciplinary studies prevail. We expect to encourage socio-hydrologists to investigate different disasters using a more integrative approach that combines natural and social sciences tools by involving stakeholders and broadening the use of mixed methods.