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GI3.3/EMRP4.10/NH9.23/PS4.10 Media

Cultural Heritage resilience against climate events and other risks: modelling, remote and in-situ sensing, material characterization and ICT tools (co-sponsored by JpGU) (co-organized)
Convener: Giuseppina Padeletti  | Co-Conveners: Francesco Soldovieri , Jürgen Moßgraber , George Alexandrakis , Gianfranco Fornaro , Antonella Curulli , Gaelle Lortal , Cecilia Sciarretta , Francesco Calabro , Paraskevi Pouli 
Orals
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room L3
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1
The necessity of protecting Cultural Heritage with respect to the long term effects and extreme events related to the climate change and other kind of risks (seismic, hydrogeological, floodings,..) requires a holistic multidisciplinary and multi-sectorial approach. This approach has provided solutions based on the integration of technologies, methodologies and best practices (remote and local monitoring, simulating and forecasting, characterizing, maintaining, restoring, etc.), with the purpose to increase the resilience of a CH assets, also thanks to the exploitation of dedicated ICT architectures and innovative eco-solutions. Other significant aspect is to increase the situational awareness about the social and economic value of the CH, in view of a proper planning of the resources and policies for the management. This session represents a good forum to present, technologies best practices and share different experiences in the field of the CH management and protection, against the multi-risk scenarios and for the different situations at European and worldwide level.