NH9.5

This session aims at collecting examples of hazard and risk databases generated worldwide. Particularly welcome are contributions presenting databases generated at different spatial scales, such as local (ex. municipalities), regional (provinces/region/counties, catchment) or sovra-national databases that comprehend different countries). Those database can include a single hazard (ex. floods) or can be multi-hazards databases. Submitted abstracts can refer to any hazard, including both natural hazards (floods, earthquakes, landslides, storms, thunderstorms, lightning, wind etc.) and man made disasters (environment pollution/contamination, industrial incidents etc.). Contributions submitted to the session can be related to past events or also to future scenarios taking into account climate change. Finally, the session is open to databases in any format, including maps built in GIS based software.


The contributions which contact author is an Early Career Scientist (ECS) are particularly encouraged.


The session is organized in cooperation with NhET, Natural hazards Early career scientists Team

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Convener: Emanuela Toto | Co-conveners: Duygu Tufekci Enginar, Jonathan Rizzi
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| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–15:45
 
Hall X3
This session aims at collecting examples of hazard and risk databases generated worldwide. Particularly welcome are contributions presenting databases generated at different spatial scales, such as local (ex. municipalities), regional (provinces/region/counties, catchment) or sovra-national databases that comprehend different countries). Those database can include a single hazard (ex. floods) or can be multi-hazards databases. Submitted abstracts can refer to any hazard, including both natural hazards (floods, earthquakes, landslides, storms, thunderstorms, lightning, wind etc.) and man made disasters (environment pollution/contamination, industrial incidents etc.). Contributions submitted to the session can be related to past events or also to future scenarios taking into account climate change. Finally, the session is open to databases in any format, including maps built in GIS based software.


The contributions which contact author is an Early Career Scientist (ECS) are particularly encouraged.


The session is organized in cooperation with NhET, Natural hazards Early career scientists Team