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  List of Accepted Contributions - IS36 - NH9.1/ES4 Natural Hazards Education and Communications to Students, Government Officials and to the Public (co-organized by NH & ES)

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Mukhametgaleeva, L.A.
The fourth authority of Russia about global warming: value and illumination (on materials of the edition “The russian newspaper” and a site “” during from june till november, 2007)

Briones, B
Social construction of floods risk in Mexican cities: Political ecology approach (withdrawn)

Carlino, S.; Somma, R.; Mayberry, G.C.
The perception of volcanic risk of young people living in the highly populated areas of Vesuvius: implication for emergency management.

Pointeau, R.; Tomlinson, R.; Miossec, A.; Hunt, S.
Coastal Network Information System, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Bird, D; Gisladottir, G; Dominey-Howes, D
Will tourists positively respond to a jökulhlaup warning if Katla erupts in southern Iceland?

Giosa, L.; Manfreda, S.; Pascale, S.; Sdao, F.; Sole, A.; Albano, R.
Assessment of systemic vulnerability in landslide and flood prone areas

Shnyparkov, A.; Danilina, A.; Gryaznova, V.; Martynov, A.
Theory and practice of natural risk assessment in terms of integrated index

Kadebskaya, O.I.; Khudenkih, K.O.
Pollution of karst cavities in areas of intensive oil and gas extraction.

Timár, G.; Kern, A.; Székely, B.; Molnár, G.
“Satellite image of the week”: an Internet-based educational series for increase the public awareness for natural hazards – a case history from Hungary

Llasat-Botija, M.; Llasat, M.C.; Prat, M.A.; Barnolas, M.
The use of a Web as a learning tool about natural hazards: EDRINA and FLASH

Furlong, K.P.
Natural Hazards Across the Curriculum: From General Education to Professional Training

Agatova , A.R.; Nepop , R.K.
The Chuya earthquake of 2003 (SE Altai, Russia) the basis for collaboration among the Science, the Public and the Government

Miklós, A.
Environmental approach and anthropocentrism in environmental studies of Hungarian higher education with special respect to the natural hazards

Juhász, Gy.; Molnár, G.; Ferencz, Cs.; Timár, G.; Székely, B.
Environmental monitoring and disaster predicting service based on HRPT, CHRPT and MODIS satellite data

Catto, N.
Natural Hazards Mapping, Assessment, and Communication:

D'Andrea, M.; Dal Pra, S.; Angelini, V.; Fiorucci, P.; Gaetani, F.; Mazzetti, P.; Verlato, M.
G.RISICO: a grid architecture for high resolution nation-wide forest fire risk assessment

Sy, M.; Hagemeier-Klose, M.; Wagner, K.
Evaluation of information tools in flood risk communication: part of the EU-project FloodScan

Székely, B.; Hollaus, M.; Aubrecht, Ch.; Weichselbaum, J.; Steinnocher, K.
Assessment of natural hazard damage potential and risk exposure using airborne laser scanning – a case study from Vorarlberg, Austria

House, K.; Catto, N.
Gypsum Karst: Human Initiation and Response, Woodville, NL, Canada

Presta, A; Marinaro, A; De Luca, G; Sole, A
Natural hazard: the efficacious communication

Navratil, O; Poulard, C
Development of a module in hydrology to transmit the principles of flood mitigation to schoolchildren

Malamud, B.D.
Natural hazard demonstrations for teaching

Kucinskas, A.; Seber, D.
An interactive, integrated education and training information system for natural multihazard-related disaster management

Margiotta, M. R.; Sole, A.; Sdao, F.
Laboratory of hydrologic and hydraulic risk management and applied geomorphology

Kootval, H.; Wong, M.C.; Bell, A.
Open laboratory: a bridge between society and public weather services in natural hazards management

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