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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH9.08 Societal Decisions and Economic Aspects for Reducing Natural Hazards Risk

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Brookshire, B; Ganderton, G; Bernknopf, B
The Role of Geo-science in Natural Hazard Risk management: Evidence from web-based experiments

Loucks, D.
Why People Gamble with Natural Hazards

Gori, P; Highland, L
Reducing landslide hazards through a partnership between the U.S. Geological Survey and the American Planning Association

Raschky, P. A.; Weck-Hannemann, H.
"Means before End" - A process-oriented approach in Natural Hazard Management

Houghton, R.
The implications of a natural hazard event on domestic violence agencies

Proske, D.; Koehler, U.
Interdisciplinary life quality measure as universal risk measure

Rheinberger, C.; Grünenfelder, L.
Cost-effectiveness of organizational measures against avalanche risks: a field study from Leukerbad, Switzerland

Bründl, M.; Bischof, N.; Stoffel, L.
Application of the marginal cost approach for planning of avalanche risk reduction measures

Thoeni, M.; Weck-Hannemann, H.
The consideration of interests in Natural Hazard Management: A Law and Economics Approach

Gamper, C.D.; Weck-Hannemann, H.
The potential of public participation to contribute to efficiency in natural hazard decision making

Leiter, A.
Monetary Risk Valuation in Alpine Regions: The Value of Protecting Human Life

Thoeni, M.; Weck-Hannemann, H.
Cost Benefit Analysis as a Decision Support System in Natural Hazard Management

Hutter, G.; Neumann, I.
Co-producing Knowledge for Theory and Practice - Learning about Uncertainty of Flood Risk Through Scenario Planning

Ramos, M-H.; Thielen, J.; Bartholmes, J.; de Roo, A.; Pappenberger, F.; Cloke, H.; Demeritt, D.
Communication of uncertainty in flood forecasting and warning to end users: case study on the European flood alert system

Somerville, P.; Leith, W.
Reduced earthquake risk and losses as consequences of improved monitoring

Egorov, Y.
tsunami ad Tourism: Economic Aspects

Wein, A.; Journeay, M.; Bernknopf, R.; Chung, C.; Champion, R.; Ng, P.
Natural Hazards and Planning for the Future in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada

Bernknopf, R.; Smith, T.; Gillen, K.; Strong, D.
The Impact of Spatial Dependency on Earthquake Risk Analysis

Kane, S.
The Social Science of Hazards

Hearn, P.; Bernknopf, R.; Schweig, E.; Gomberg, J.; Strong, D.
A GIS-based decision support system for earthquake risk mitigation in the City of Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee, USA

Shapiro, C.
Science Impact and increasing the use and value of natural science information in risk management and reduction

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