Poster Programme NH10.7

NH10.7

Social Sciences in Natural Hazards Research: Interdisciplinary Research Approaches
Convener: E. Lindquist  | Co-Convener: Hagelman III 
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 21 April 2009, 17:30–19:00
Halls X/Y
Chairperson: Eric Lindquist, Ron Hagelman
XY680
EGU2009-1885
Enhancing stakeholder participation in river basin management using mental mapping and causality models
D. Haase

XY681
EGU2009-3266
Political science, public administration, and natural hazards: contributions and connections
E. Lindquist

XY682
EGU2009-3390
Desicion Support System For Natural Hazards
E. Vyazilov

XY683
EGU2009-4100
Landslides in everyday life: An interdisciplinary approach to understanding vulnerability in the Himalayas
K. Sudmeier-Rieux, A. Breguet, J. Dubois, and M. Jaboyedoff

XY684
EGU2009-4480
Community and Institutional Adaptation to Riverbank Erosion along the Jamuna River, Bangladesh
F. M. M. Ali

XY685
EGU2009-7485
Repositioning social science in natural hazards research
S.N. Lane

XY686
EGU2009-7862
Methodology to explore interactions between the water system and society in order to identify adaptation strategies
A.G.E. Offermans and M. Haasnoot

XY687
EGU2009-10717
Participatory evaluation of water policies related to drought in Mediterranean countries
F. Buono and A. Iglesias

XY688
EGU2009-11614
The Nature of US Natural Hazards Research, 1988-2008
R. Hagelman III

XY689
EGU2009-12659
Natural hazards and climate change in Dhaka: future trends, social adaptation and informal dynamics
I. Thiele-Eich, T. AƟheuer, C. Simmer, and B. Braun

XY690
EGU2009-13187
Crossing borders between social and physical sciences in post-event investigations
I. RUIN, E. Gruntfest, C. Lutoff, S. Anquetin, A. Scolobig, J.-D. Creutin, and M. Borga