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Posters NH9.2

NH9.2

Forensic Disaster Analyses – Learning from Disasters
Convener: Heidi Kreibich 
Co-Convener: Michael Kunz 
Session details
Orals
 / Wed, 30 Apr, 15:30–17:00 / Room G1
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 30 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Blue Posters
Poster Summaries & DiscussionsPSD22.10 / Wed, 30 Apr, 10:30–11:15 / Room B7 
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Attendance Time: Wednesday, 30 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Michael Kunz
B317
EGU2014-16625
Forensic Disaster Analysis in Near-real Time
Michael Kunz, Jochen Zschau, Friedemann Wenzel, Bijan Khazai, Tina Kunz-Plapp, and Werner Trieselmann

B318
EGU2014-16565
The near real time Forensic Disaster Analysis of the central European flood in June 2013 - A graphical representation of the main results
Kai Schröter, Florian Elmer, Werner Trieselmann, Heidi Kreibich, Michael Kunz, Bijan Khazai, Doris Dransch, Friedemann Wenzel, Jochen Zschau, Bruno Merz, Bernhard Mühr, Tina Kunz-Plapp, Stella Möhrle, Tina Bessel, and Joachim Fohringer

B319
EGU2014-16799
Web-based Weather and Climate Information Service of Forensic Disaster Analysis
Bernhard Mühr, Michael Kunz, and Daniel Köbele

B320
EGU2014-16645
Analysis of the Potential Resilience and Preparedness of Districts affected by the June 2013 Flood in Germany
Bijan Khazai, Anna Benkler, Tina Bessel, Stella Möhrle, and Kai Schröter

B321
EGU2014-16654
Near real time Forensic Disaster Analysis of the central European flood in June 2013 in Germany: Impact and management
Bijan Khazai, Tina Bessel, Stella Möhrle, André Dittrich, Kai Schröter, Bernhard Mühr, Florian Elmer, Tina Kunz-Plapp, Werner Trieselmann, and Michael Kunz

B322
EGU2014-16653
Analysis of road traffic obstructions caused by the central European flood in June 2013 in Germany
Tina Bessel

B323
EGU2014-16567
Analysis of the 2011 Mekong flood in Can Tho city
Thi-Chinh Do, Philip Bubeck, Viet-Dung Nguyen, and Heidi Kreibich

B324
EGU2014-16626
Social Media in Crisis Management and Forensic Disaster Analysis
André Dittrich and Christian Lucas

B325
EGU2014-16676
Twitter as Information Source for Rapid Damage Estimation after Major Earthquakes
Silke Eggert and Joachim Fohringer

B326
EGU2014-16675
The 1945 Balochistan earthquake and probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment for the Makran subduction zone
Andreas Höchner, Andrey Babeyko, and Natalia Zamora

B327
EGU2014-3667
Development of fragility functions to estimate homelessness after an earthquake
Susan A. Brink, James Daniell, Bijan Khazai, and Friedemann Wenzel

B329
EGU2014-12320
Natural and anthropogenic phenomena affecting the historical landslide trend in the Subappennino Dauno (southern Italy)
Teresa Lonigro, Francesca Santaloia, and Maurizio Polemio

B330
EGU2014-9393
A nineteenth century avalanche episode reconstruction via historic newspapers: from unstructured information to standardized information
Cristina García, Jesús Ruíz, David Gallinar, and Covadonga Sánchez de Posada

B331
EGU2014-14644
A methodological approach to comparing pros and cons of delocalizing villages: socio-economic and technical issues
Eleonora Guadagno, Giulio G.R. Iovine, Olga Petrucci, and Pinuccia R. Forciniti