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Orals NH9.10/GMPV6.10/HS11.42/SM3.16/SSS13.62

NH9.10/GMPV6.10/HS11.42/SM3.16/SSS13.62 Media

Global and continental scale risk assessment for natural hazards: methods and practice (including Plinius Medal Lecture) (including NH Division Outstanding ECS Lecture) (co-organized)
Convener: Philip Ward 
Co-Conveners: Hessel Winsemius , James Daniell , Melanie J. Duncan , Hannah Cloke 
Session details
Orals
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room L6
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1
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Wednesday, 11 Apr 2018
Room L6
Chairperson: James Daniell, Hannah Cloke, Philip Ward, Hessel Winsemius
08:30–08:45
EGU2018-11955
Beach Tsunami Risk Modelling – A probabilistic assessment of tsunami risk for the world’s most prominent beaches
Andreas Schaefer, James Daniell, and Friedemann Wenzel
08:45–09:00
EGU2018-7173
Rising human cost of weather-related hazards in Europe
Giovanni Forzieri, Alessandro Cescatti, Filipe Batista e Silva, and Luc Feyen
09:00–09:15
EGU2018-17192
Is the Indian Ocean Dipole more important than El Niño–Southern Oscillation for flood risk in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Andrea Ficchi, Liz Stephens, and Hannah Cloke
09:15–09:30
EGU2018-15111
Identifying and characterizing drought and water scarcity risk: usability of global data and models (solicited)
Ted Veldkamp
09:30–09:45
EGU2018-15841
The importance of satellite soil moisture for humanitarian aid and development applications
Robin van der Schalie, Celine Nobel, Mendy van der Vliet, Amos Tabalia, Sander de Haas, Roberto Jaramillo, Aklilu Teklesadik, Marc van den Homberg, and Richard de Jeu
09:45–10:00
EGU2018-2587
Global projections of coastal flood risk
Michalis Vousdoukas, Lorenzo Mentaschi, Evangelos Voukouvalas, and Luc Feyen
Coffee break
Chairperson: Philip Ward, Hessel Winsemius, James Daniell
10:30–11:30
EGU2018-17151
Towards forecasts and early warnings of natural hazards everywhere | Highlight
Hannah Cloke
11:30–12:00
EGU2018-3153
The role of extreme sea levels in coastal flood impact and adaptation studies | Highlight
Thomas Wahl