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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH9.3 Vulnerability analysis in natural hazards and risk assessments

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Petrova, E.
Natural-technological disasters in concept of vulnerability

Armas, I.; Dumitrascu, S.
Risk representation in the assessment of disaster mitigation

Wang, J.J. ; Ling, H.I.
The risk assessment model for typhoon-triggered debris flow disasters ¡V Taking two counties in Taiwan as examples (withdrawn)

Lari, S.; Crosta, G.B.; Frattini, P.; Agliardi, F.
A probabilistic local-scale multi-risk analysis

Donovan, K.H.M
Cultural vulnerability in volcanic regions: an Indonesian case study.

Turer, D.; Nefeslioglu , H.A.; Zorlu, K.; Gokceoglu, C.
An example of how geology-geomorphology affects life of a province: Zonguldak (NW Turkey)

Fekete, A.
The scale dependence of social and ecological vulnerability in context to river-floods in Germany

Spichtig, S; Bründl, M
Analysis of Alpine torrent events to validate existing vulnerability functions

Fuchs, S.
Vulnerability to torrent events - Empirical evidence from Austria

Saccà, C.; Marullo, A.; Teramo, A.; Teramo, M. S.
A site specific approach to the incremental dynamic analysis

Teramo, A.; De Domenico, D.; Marullo, A.; Minutoli, C.; Saccà, C.; Termini, D.
Interdisciplinary approaches for the evaluation of territorial criticalities.

Gautam, M.R.; Osti, R.
Framework for integrated flood risk management in West Rapti Basin, Nepal.

Gullà, G.; Petrucci, O.
An approach to vulnerability assessment based on historical data of landslide damage

Polemio, M.; Casarano, D.; Limoni, P. P.
Intrinsic and integrated aquifer vulnerability of a karstic aquifer (Murgia, Southern Italy)

Corbelli, V.; Manos , B.; Patrikaki, O.; Polemio, M.; Sapiano, M.; Voudouris, K.
Aquifer vulnerability maps and decision support systems for the sustainable management of groundwater resources in the Mediterranean area

Chelidze, T.; Tsereteli, E. ; Tsereteli, N.; Varazanashvili, O.; Kaldani, L.; Karakhanyan, A.; Panahi, B.
From hazards to risks – comparative analysis of assessment techniques in the South Caucasus region

Kienberger, S.; Lang, S.; Zeil, P.
Expert-based spatial modelling of socio-economic vulnerability in the Salzach catchment – An approach to derive spatial vulnerability units

Johannesdottir, G; Gisladottir, G
People living under threat of volcanic hazard in south Iceland: vulnerability and risk perception

Kuhlicke, C.
Ignorance and Vulnerability: Taking the Limits of Knowledge into account in Vulnerability Analysis

Jaganathan, R; Bhaskaran, G
Hazard Mapping and Vulnerability Analysis in Northern Tamil Nadu Coastal Region, India: A Geoinformtics Approach

Neuhold, C.; Nachtnebel, H.-P.
Detailed residual risk assessment in an Austrian municipality

Gisladottir, G.; Erlendsson, E.; Lal, R.
Terrestrial vulnerability to volcanic hazards in Reykjanes, southwest Iceland.

Pfurtscheller, C.; Schwarze, R.
What can save us from catastrophic loss? A multivariate analysis of the factors of socio-economic vulnerability against floods in Tyrol/Austria.

Gleyze, J.F.
Using structural approach to understand transportation networks vulnerability

Biolchi, S.; Rondi, V.; Mereu, A.; Cleva, S.
Assessment of slope protection works in the middle Eastern part of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region (Italy) from “CGT” Project data

Kaiser, G; Sterr, H; Hofmann, S
Micro-scale analysis of flood risk at the German Bight Coast

Fuchs, S.; Agosti, L.; Dall'Amico, M.; Rosati, G.
Risk analysis for debris flows - a case study from Cancia, Italy

Gunasekera, R; Spence, R
Population vulnerability and risk ranking of European volcanoes for insurance applications

Masson, E.
Vulnerability analysis using a stake oriented GIS: The Ivry-la-Bataille case study (Eure basin, France). (withdrawn)

Mercuri, C.
Urban systems vulnerability and risk evaluation: a quickly approach.

Schneiderbauer, ScS; Zebisch, ZeM; Steurer, StC
Vulnerability is not equal to Vulnerability – the need for an interdisciplinary framework for vulnerability analysis in risk assessments

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