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Posters NH9.2

NH9.2

Forensic Disaster Analyses – Learning from Disasters
Convener: Kai Schröter  | Co-Conveners: Michael Kunz , Heidi Kreibich , Daniela Molinari 
Orals
 / Mon, 13 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room G6
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Monday, 13 April 2015, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Kai Schröter
B720
EGU2015-1626
Characteristics and Impacts of the severe Hailstorm on 28 July 2013
Michael Kunz, Heinz Jürgen Punge, Elody Fluck, Manuel Schmidberger, Ulrich Blahak, Jan Handwerker, Susanna Mohr, and Bernhard Mühr

B721
EGU2015-1695
Coping with heat in the city: what can we learn from a survey immediately after a hot weather period for future heat waves?
Tina Kunz-Plapp, Hans Schipper, and Julia Hackenbruch

B722
EGU2015-1786
Measuring vulnerability to disaster displacement
Susan A. Brink, Bijan Khazai, Christopher Power, and Friedemann Wenzel

B723
EGU2015-1789
The flood event explorer - a web based framework for rapid flood event analysis
Kai Schröter, Stefan Lüdtke, Heidi Kreibich, and Bruno Merz

B724
EGU2015-1882
What is the cost of a life in a disaster? - Examples, Practice and Global Analysis
James Daniell, Tina Kunz-Plapp, Andreas Schaefer, Friedemann Wenzel, and Bijan Khazai

B725
EGU2015-2291
Models for regionalizing economic data and their applications within the scope of forensic disaster analyses
Hanns-Maximilian Schmidt, Dr. rer. pol. Marcus Wiens, and Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Frank Schultmann

B726
EGU2015-10248
Near-Real-Time Analysis of Publicly Communicated Disaster Response Information
Trevor Girard

B727
EGU2015-12293
Case-based damage assessment of storm events in near real-time
Stella Möhrle and Bernhard Mühr

B728
EGU2015-1881
What is the best use of 100 Euros to reduce the earthquake risk of a residential masonry building in a developed nation? Optimisation and Quantification of the benefits of risk reduction
James Daniell, Andreas Schaefer, and Friedemann Wenzel

B729
EGU2015-12647
Operational early warning platform for extreme meteorological events
Bernhard Mühr and Michael Kunz

B730
EGU2015-6515
Natural hazards knowledge and risk perception of Wujie indigenous community in Taiwan
Giulia Roder, Tjuku Ruljigaljig, Ching-Weei Lin, and Paolo Tarolli

B731
EGU2015-13409
The Influence of Environmental Change on Village Safety in Mountain Area: A Case Study of Haucha Village in Taiwan
Ji-Shang Wang, Wen-Shun Huang, Chyan-Deng Jan, and Nai-Ching Yeh

B732
EGU2015-931 | presentation
Post flood damage data collection and assessment in Albania based on DesInventar methodology
Emanuela Toto, Marco Massabo, Miranda Deda, and Laura Rossello

B733
EGU2015-5631
Multidisciplinary approach to evaluate flood damage for residential buildings: first results in Northern Italy
Fabio Luino

B734
EGU2015-10792
What if quality of damage data is poor: an Entity-Vulnerability approach for flood vulnerability assessment
Susanna Naso, Albert S. Chen, Slobodan Djordjević, and Giuseppe T. Aronica

B735
EGU2015-528
A database on flood and debris-flow processes in alluvial fans: a preliminary analysis aimed at evaluation of the damage
Carmela Vennari, Nicoletta Santangelo, Antonio Santo, and Mario Parise