Poster Programme NH10.6

NH10.6

Vulnerability, disaster resilience and adaptation - concepts, methods and applications
Convener: Birkmann  | Co-Conveners: S. Fuchs , T. Glade 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 21 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 30
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 21 April 2009, 17:30–19:00
Vulnerability methods

Halls X/Y
XY665
EGU2009-2710
A Review of Vulnerability Assessment Methodologies for Alpine Hazards: The need for a new methodology
M. Papathoma-Koehle and M. Keiler

XY666
EGU2009-5144
Development of a methodology for an objective territorial analysis of vulnerability for a comprehensive risk approach: application to the greater Lyon
F. Renard and P. M. Chapon

Social and Community vulnerability

XY667
EGU2009-12816
Resilience of sewage services to climate change uncertainty: analysis of the management of sewer overflows in two Parisian suburban areas.
E. Rioust, J.F. Deroubaix, B. Barroca, T. Bonierbale, B. de Gouvello, J.C. Deutsch, and G. Hubert

XY668
EGU2009-12866
Defining Community Disaster Preparedness as a Resilience Factor for Earthquake Risk Assessment in Istanbul
B. Sungay, E. Durukal, O. Kilic, B. Konukcu, A.E. Basmaci, B. Khazai, and M. Erdik

XY669
EGU2009-6198
Informational database methodology for urban risk analysis.Case study: the historic centre of Bucharest
I. Armas and S. Dumitrascu

XY670
EGU2009-9069
Managing mountain hazards in Austria: The influence of different vulnerability approaches
S. Fuchs and R. Totschnig

XY671
EGU2009-9423
Scenario-based impact analysis of disaster risks exploring potential implications for disaster prevention strategies in spatial and urban planning
J. Lüke, F. Wenzel, and J. Vogt

Flood vulnerability

XY672
EGU2009-5537
Flood risk analysis model in the village of St. George/Danube Delta
I. Armas, S. Dumitrascu, and D. Nistoran

XY673
EGU2009-13263
Influence of flood risk management measures on socio-economic and ecological vulnerabilities in a large water system - A case study of Lake Vänern and the Göta älv River, Sweden
L. Nyberg, B Blumenthal, and M Johansson

XY674
EGU2009-5383
Method for assessing the vulnerability of buildings to flooding in a context of property insurance. The case of Le Pâquier (Fribourg,Switzerland)
M. Choffet, M. Jaboyedoff, O. Lateltin, and J. Ruegg

XY675
EGU2009-11003
Modelling farm vulnerability to flooding: A step toward vulnerability mitigation policies appraisal
P. Brémond, G. Abrami, C. Blanc, and F. Grelot

Structural vulnerability

XY676
EGU2009-3686
Vulnerability of housing buildings in Bucharest, Romania
M. Bostenaru

XY677
EGU2009-5785
Tsunami damages assessment: vulnerability functions on buildings based on field and earth observation survey.
A.L. Gauraz, N. Valencia, M. Koscielny, R. Guillande, A. Gardi, F. Leone, and T. Salaun

Various vulnerability approaches

XY678
EGU2009-2791
Drought vulnerability assessment for the agriculture: a case study for the west part of Slovenia
M. Slejko, G. Gregorič, and K. Bergant

XY679
EGU2009-4523
A Landslide Event Support Analysis Framework (LESAF) for damage assessment: some examples from Calabria (Southern Italy)
O. Petrucci and G. Gulla'