Attendance Time: Thursday, 23 April 2009, 15:30–17:00
Chairperson: David Bresch; Rashmin Gunasekera


I. Public Policy and Natural Hazards

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XY675

EGU20093078
Landslides in Flanders (Belgium): Where science meets public policy
M Van Den Eeckhaut, J Poesen, and L Vandekerckhove

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XY676

EGU20091491
Application of Catastrophe Risk Modelling to Evacuation Public Policy
G. Woo

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XY677

EGU20092849
Creating Efficient Instrumentation Networks to Support Parametric Risk Transfer
P. Rockett

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XY678

EGU20094213
Using Insurance Catastrophe Models to Investigate the Economics of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation
(withdrawn)
N. Patmore, R. MuirWood, and C. Herweijer

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XY679

EGU20095605
Globe of Natural Hazard  A new assessment tool for risk managers
A. C. Siebert

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XY680

EGU20095611
Microinsurance  Weather index crop insurance
(withdrawn)
S. Mapfumo, A. Oxley, and J. Sharpe

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XY681

EGU200912385
Quantitative and Public Perception of Landslide Risk in Badulla, Sri Lanka
R. Gunasekera, R.M.S. Bandara, A. Mallawatantri, and K. Saito

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XY682

EGU20094691
Climate change impact on coastal damage due to storm surge and sea level rise.
L. Gaslikova, A. Schwerzmann, C.C. Raible, and T.F. Stocker

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XY683

EGU200910016
Towards a strategy of using remote sensing for postearthquake damage assessment: practical considerations
K. Saito and R. Spence



II. Risk Assessment and Natural Hazards

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XY684

EGU20099993
Extracting building characteristics for natural hazard loss estimation using remote sensing
K. Saito, R. Spence, A. Pomonis, and M. Gaspari

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XY685

EGU200910261
Monitoring and evaluating recovery from natural disasters using remote sensing  towards creating guidelines on the use of satellite images in the context of disaster recovery
K. Saito, D. Brown, R. Spence, T. Chenvidyakarn, B. Adams, J. Bevington, S. Platt, R. Chuenpagdee, K. Juntarashote, and A. Khan

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XY686

EGU200912784
Quantifying risk to natural hazards  what can VHR imagery provide
(withdrawn)
G. Zeug, D. Ehrlich, and U. Deichmann

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XY687

EGU20093166
How to model rare events?
J. Grieser and S. Jewson

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XY688

EGU200911601
A new kind of uncertainty for a new kind of modernity? Expertise in an age of risk.
A. Munk

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XY689

EGU20091594
Quantiative risk assessments for landslides in British Columbia
(withdrawn)
M. Jakob

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XY690

EGU20095467
The potential for hail and intense rainfall enhancement over urban areas: improving urban extreme weather risk assessment
A.A. Ntelekos, J.A. Smith, W.F. Krajewski, and M. Foote

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XY691

EGU20098294
Spatial and temporal aspects of exposure for insurance risk management
A. Slingsby, M. Foote, J Dykes, R Gunasekera, and J Wood

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XY692

EGU20097518
Uncertainty in surface water flood risk modelling
J. B. Butler, D.N. Martin, E Roberts, and R Domuah

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XY693

EGU200913830
Addressing uncertainty in catastrophe risk assessment through fuzzy probability
I Karimi

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XY694

EGU200910632
Quantifying subsidence exposure  decisionmaking tools for riskmanagement in the insurance industry
(withdrawn)
M. Chirouze and Dr. R. Cheetham

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XY695

EGU200913193
A Methodology to Support Decision Making in Flood Plan Mitigation
C. Biscarini, S. Di Francesco, and P. Manciola

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XY696

EGU20099026
Spatial dependence and correlation of rainfall in the Danube catchment and its role in flood risk assessment.
M.L.V. Martina, R. Vitolo, E. Todini, D.B. Stephenson, and I.M. Cook

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XY697

EGU200912485
Modelling the impacts of coastal hazards on landuse development
J. Ramirez and A.T. Vafeidis

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XY698

EGU200910323
Flood Risk Characterization for the Eastern United States
G. Villarini, J.A. Smith, and A.A. Ntelekos

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XY699

EGU20092408
Explaining the temporal clustering of UK flooding: largescale atmospheric influences
E.K. Waterhouse, R. Vitolo, S.N. Lane, and D.B. Stephenson

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XY700

EGU200912460
Assessment of largescale flood events by different indicators
AH Thieken, B Merz, and H Apel

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XY701

EGU20097414
Improving flood inundation models of urban flood risk using a porositytype approach: a case study from Carlisle 2005
T. Fewtrell, P. Bates, J. Neal, and M. Trigg

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XY702

EGU20097190
Developments in remote sensing technology enable more detailed urban flood risk analysis.
A Denniss and A Tewkesbury

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XY703

EGU200911744
Exploring alternative wind vulnerability and loss modeling methods  application to Europe extratropical cyclones
N. Peiris

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XY704

EGU20092519
Serial clustering of intense European storms
R. Vitolo, D.B. Stephenson, I.M. Cook, and K. MitchellWallace

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XY705

EGU200911817
Climate Change Risk Management Consulting: The opportunity for an independent business practice
R. Ciccozzi



III. Earthquake Risk Assessment and Public Policy

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XY706

EGU20098652
Earthquake Catastrophe Modelling for Switzerland
(withdrawn)
M. Simic, J Guin, and T Lai

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XY707

EGU20096648
Turkish Compulsory Earthquake Insurance (TCIP)
M. Erdik, E. Durukal, and K. Sesetyan

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XY708

EGU20096661
An Integrated Approach for Urban Earthquake Vulnerability Analyses
H.S. Düzgün, M.S. Yücemen, and H.S. Kalaycioglu

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XY709

EGU20093247
Measuring the effectiveness of earthquake forecasting in insurance strategies
A. Mignan and R. MuirWood

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XY710

EGU20092352
The Seismic Risk Explorer – A Scenario Tool for Assessing Seismic Risk
T. Liesch and L. Stempniewski

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XY711

EGU200911768
State of the Art of Demand Surge Modeling
A. Olsen and K. Porter

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XY712

EGU200911298
Evaluating the potential for catastrophic faultrupturerelated hazards affecting a key hydroelectric and irrigation region in central Asia
D. Rust, A. Korjenkov, A. Tibaldi, and M. Usmanova
