Oral Programme NH9.11/CL4.12


Mountain Risks and integrated multi-risk analysis: predictions, management and governance - in context of climate and societal change (co-organized)
Convener: Thom Bogaard  | Co-Conveners: Stefan Schneiderbauer , Jean-Philippe Malet 
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 07 May, 10:30–12:00  / Room 4
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 07 May, 13:30–15:00  / Halls X/Y

Friday, 7 May 2010
Room 4
Dealing with natural hazards in the Barcelonnette region - a multi-disciplinary collaboration from understanding to management
Melanie Kappes, Simone Frigerio, Byron Quan Luna, Julien Traveletti, Anke Spickermann, Dominika Krzeminska, and Marjory Angignard
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Estimation of Multiple risks deciles for twelve natural hazards for the territory of Georgia (withdrawn)
Nino Tsereteli, Otar Varazanashvili, Tamaz Chelidze, Emili Tsereteli, Jemal Dolidze, Avtandil Amiranashvili, Elizbar Elizbarashvili, and Alexandr Gvencadze
Risk-based consequences of extreme natural hazard processes in mountain regions - Multi-hazard analysis in Tyrol (Austria)
Matthias Huttenlau and Johann Stötter
Consideration of Hazard Interactions in Medium-Scale Multi-Hazard Risk Analyses
Melanie S. Kappes, Margreth Keiler, and Thomas Glade
Integrated numerical modeling of a landslide early warning system in a context of adaptation to future climatic pressures
Nikolay Khabarov, Christian Huggel, Michael Obersteiner, and Juan Manuel Ramírez
Experiences on the development of a Community Based Early Warning System for mountain risks in northern Italy
Carolina Garcia, Simone Sterlacchini, Mattia de Amicis, Michele Fontana, Arianna Trozzi, and Ivan Frigerio