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Posters NH9.1

NH9.1

Natural hazard event analyses for risk reduction and adaptation
Convener: Kai Schröter  | Co-Conveners: Michael Kunz , Heidi Kreibich , Daniela Molinari , James Daniell 
Orals
 / Tue, 19 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room N2
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 19 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall D

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 19 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall D
Chairperson: Kai Schröter, James Daniell
D.178
EGU2016-1812
Trends in global earthquake loss
Isabel Arnst, Friedemann Wenzel, and James Daniell

D.179
EGU2016-1900
The costs and benefits of reconstruction options in Nepal using the CEDIM FDA modelled and empirical analysis following the 2015 earthquake
James Daniell, Andreas Schaefer, Friedemann Wenzel, Bijan Khazai, Trevor Girard, Tina Kunz-Plapp, Michael Kunz, and Bernhard Muehr

D.180
EGU2016-7719
The Aftershock Risk Index – quantification of aftershock impacts during ongoing strong-seismic sequences
Andreas Schaefer, James Daniell, Bijan Khazai, and Friedemann Wenzel

D.181
EGU2016-17052
RISMUR II: New seismic hazard and risk study in Murcia Region after the Lorca Earthquake, 2011
Belen Benito, Jorge Gaspar, Alicia Rivas, Ligia Quiros, Sandra Ruiz, Roman Hernandez, Yolanda Torres, and Sandra Staller

D.182
EGU2016-4745
Two damaging hydrogeological events in Calabria, September 2000 and November 2015. Comparative analysis of causes and effects
Olga Petrucci, Tommaso Caloiero, and Angela Aurora Pasqua

D.183
EGU2016-588
Evaluation Model of Life Loss Due to Dam Failure
Dongjing Huang

D.184
EGU2016-2062
A Study of Disaster Adaptation Behavior and Risk Communication for watershed Area Resident — the Case of Kaoping River Watershed in Taiwan
Jen Te Pai, Yu-Yun Chen, and Kuan-Hua Huang

D.185 EGU2016-5843
A methodological approach for disaster forensic investigation (withdrawn)
Daniela Molinari, Francesco Ballio, Scira Menoni, Guido Minucci, and Marina Tamara Mendoza

D.186
EGU2016-2855
Relationships between Intensity of Extreme Events and Hazard Distribution by the Approach of Typhoons in the Republic of Korea
Seung-Wook Lee, Suk-Hee Ahn, Byunghwan Lim, and Gwangyong Choi

D.187
EGU2016-6139
Characterization of flood and precipitation events in Southwestern Germany and stochastic simulation of extreme precipitation (Project FLORIS-SV)
Ehmele Florian and Kunz Michael

D.188
EGU2016-6765
Long-term variability of the thunderstorm and hail potential in Europe
Susanna Mohr, Michael Kunz, Johannes Speidel, and David Piper

D.189
EGU2016-14703
The key role of meteorological preconditions in triggering large-scale floods in Germany
Bernhard Mühr and Michael Kunz

D.190
EGU2016-12371
Regional transportation network blocked by snowdrifts: assessment of risk reduction strategies by the example of the wind event of February 2015 in the Canton of Vaud, Switzerland
Jérémie Voumard, Michel Jaboyedoff, and Marc-Henri Derron

D.191
EGU2016-7890
Utilising social media contents for flood inundation mapping
Kai Schröter, Doris Dransch, Joachim Fohringer, and Heidi Kreibich

D.192
EGU2016-4356
A prototype web-GIS application for risk analysis of natural hazards in Switzerland
Zar Chi Aye, Pierrick Nicolet, Michel Jaboyedoff, Marc-Henri Derron, Christian Gerber, and Sebastien Lévy

D.193
EGU2016-1488
Natural Hazards in the Municipality of Dragash-Sharr, Its Mangagement by GIS
Ferim Gashi and Artan Mehmeti

D.194
EGU2016-13268
Building the framework for climate change adaptation in the urban areas using participatory approach: the Czech Republic experience
Adam Emmer, Marie Hubatová, Miroslav Lupač, Michael Pondělíček, Miroslav Šafařík, Vladimíra Šilhánková, and David Vačkář

D.195
EGU2016-12320
How important are sediments in the flood peaks generated by a Mediterranean catchment?
Cristina Puertes and Félix Francés

D.196
EGU2016-18279
Debris Flow Damage Incurred to Buildings: An In-Situ Back Analysis
Fatemeh Jalayer, Giuseppe T. Aronica, Antonino Recupero, Stefano Carozza, and Gaetano Manfredi

D.197
EGU2016-18332 | presentation | presentation
A rainfall-based warning model for shallow landslides
Yi-Chao Zeng, Ji-Shang Wang, Chyan-Deng Jan, Hsiao-Yuan Yin, and Wen-Chun Lo