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Posters HS4.1/AS4.18/GM7.14/NH1.7

HS4.1/AS4.18/GM7.14/NH1.7

Flash floods and associated hazards: monitoring, forecasting, preparedness and coping strategies (co-organized)
Convener: Marco Borga  | Co-Conveners: Eric Gaume , Jonathan Gourley , Giuseppe Tito Aronica , Emmanouil Anagnostou , Massimiliano Zappa 
Orals
 / Thu, 01 May, 15:30–17:00  / Room R11
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 01 May, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters
<table class="mo_scheduling_string" style="border-collapse: collapse; clear:left;"><tr><td style="vertical-align: top;"><span class="apl_addon_standard_action_link" style="text-decoration: none;">Poster Summaries & Discussions</span>:&nbsp;<a href="https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2014/session/16669" target="_blank" title="Open PSD21.1 Details" style="clear:left;">PSD21.1</a> &nbsp;/ <span class="mo_scheduling_string_time">Thu, 01 May, 13:30</span><span class="mo_scheduling_string_time">&ndash;14:15</span> &nbsp;/ <span class="mo_scheduling_string_place" title=""></span> &nbsp;</td></tr></table>

Attendance Time: Thursday, 01 May, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: E.I. Nikolopoulos
R170
EGU2014-148
Influence of seismic processes and volcanic activity on the formation of disastrous floods
Dmitriy Trifonov

R171
EGU2014-207
Surface water and groundwater water interaction model in catastrophic floods and mudslides in the beds of mountain rivers
Nikita Tulenev

R172
EGU2014-804 | presentation | presentation
Development of synthetic velocity - depth damage curves using a Weighted Monte Carlo method and Logistic Regression analysis
Anthi Eirini K Vozinaki, George P Karatzas, Ioannis A Sibetheros, and Emmanouil A Varouchakis

R173
EGU2014-1254
Flood Hazard Assessment of the coastal lowland in the Kujukuri Plain of Chiba Prefecture, Japan, using GIS and multicriteria decision analysis
Huali CHEN, Tomochika Tokunaga, Yuka Ito, and Marie Sawamukai

R174
EGU2014-1744
Surface water, groundwater and unified 3D-crack network as a triple coupling dynamic system for a river watershed functioning - manifestation in catastrophic floods
Tatiana Trifonova, Nikita Tulenev, Dmitriy Trifonov, and Sergei Arakelian

R175
EGU2014-2348
Modified Analytical Hierarchy Process (M-AHP) Based River-Line Flood Hazard Assessment Module Running on GIS: Netcad Architect Environment
Dogus Avdac, Mert Poyraz, Hakan A. Nefeslioglu, Ebru A. Sezer, Tunc E. Toptas, Deniz Celik, Koray Orhun, Turgay Osna, Serdar Ak, and Candan Gokceoglu

R176
EGU2014-2894
A seamless flash-flood early warning tool based on IDF-curves and coupling of weather-radar with numerical weather predictions
Kaethi Liechti, Valentin Knechtl, Norina Andres, Ioannis Sideris, and Massimiliano Zappa

R177
EGU2014-3271
Simulation of extreme ground water flow in the fractal crack structure of Earth's crust - impact on catastrophic floods
Dmitriy Bukharov, Kucherik Aleksey, and Trifonova Tatyana

R178
EGU2014-3308
Analysis of flood disaster characteristics by using GIS: a case study at the Kujukuri Plain in Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Yuka Ito, Huali Chen, Marie Sawamukai, and Tomochika Tokunaga

R179
EGU2014-5983
Numerical modeling of water flow spreading out over the land surface due to flash flood/debris by methods of nonlinear fluid dynamics and GIS-technologies - a flood zone distribution in time
Sergey Abrakhin

R180
EGU2014-6436
Assessing the role of spatial rainfall variability on watersheds response using weather radar A case study in the Gard region, France
Evi Anggraheni, Olivier Payrastre, Isabelle Emmanuel, and Herve Andrieu

R181
EGU2014-8615
A radar-based hydrological model for flash flood prediction in the dry regions of Israel
Alon Ronen, Nadav Peleg, and Efrat Morin

R182
EGU2014-12984
APhoRISM FP7 project: the A Priori information for Earthquake damage mapping method
Christian Bignami, Salvatore Stramondo, and Nazzareno Pierdicca and the APhoRISM

R183
EGU2014-13095
Some learnings from post-event field investigations after the june 2013 floods in the Pyrenees region in France.
Olivier PAYRASTRE, Laurent BONNIFAIT, Eric GAUME, and Raphael LE BOURSICAUT

R184
EGU2014-13103
Flash floods along the Italian coastal areas: examples from Pozzuoli city, Campania, Italy
Giuseppe Esposito, Giuseppe Grimaldi, Fabio Matano, Salvatore Mazzola, and Marco Sacchi

R185
EGU2014-14272 | presentation | presentation
Operational SAR Data Processing in GIS Environments for Rapid Disaster Mapping
Thomas Bahr

R186
EGU2014-14322
Analysis of the influence of the digital elevation model characteristics on hydrodynamic simulations: the case of the Tagus River
Ana Paula Falcão, Rita Pestana, Magda P. Matias, Alexandre Gonçalves, and Sandra Heleno

R187
EGU2014-15534
Post flash flood field investigations and analysis: the event of 22 November 2011 in the Longano catchment, Italy
Giuseppe Tito Aronica, Marco Cavalli, Eric Gaume, Lorenzo Marchi, Susanna Naso, and Marco Borga

R188
EGU2014-16377
Simulating and Forecasting Flooding Events in the City of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Rabih Ghostine, Yesubabu Viswanadhapalli, and Ibrahim Hoteit

R189
EGU2014-16883
Flash flooding: Toward an Interdisciplinary and Integrated Strategy for Disaster Reduction in a Global Environmental Change Perspective
Isabelle Ruin

R190
EGU2014-17030
Impacts of the January 2014 extreme rainfall event on transportation network in the Alps Maritimes (France)
Jeremie Voumard, Ivanna Penna, Michel Jaboyedoff, and Marc-Henri Derron