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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH9.01 Vulnerability assessments and spatial/temporal variability of natural hazards risk

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Bayda, S.E.
Existential laws of the mega-catastrophes’ occurrence caused by influence of space, solar and geophysical transients (withdrawn)

El-Galladi, A.; El-Qady, G.; Metwaly, M.; Awad, S.; Matsushima, J.
Mapping peat layer using integrated surface geoelectrical techniques at eastern part of Nile Delta, Egypt.

Strasser, U.
Snow loads and changing climate – new risks?

Fuchs, S.; Oberndorfer, S.
Damage due to torrent events 1972-2004 in Austria

Fuchs, S.; Oberndorfer, S.; Heiss, K.
Application of the vulnerability concept to torrent events in Austria

Keiler, M.; Fuchs, S.
Natural hazard risk depending on the temporal variability of damage potential

Papathoma-Koehle, M.; Neuhaeuser, B.; Ratzinger, K.; Wenzel, H.
A Methodology for Vulnerability Assessment of Communities prone to Landslide related Disasters

So, E; Spence, R; Khan, A; Lindawati, T
Building damage and casualties in recent earthquakes and tsunamis in Asia: a cross-event survey of survivors (withdrawn)

Matova, M.; Frangov, G.; Ivanov, P.
Studies of Balkan seismic-hydrogeological vulnerability

Catto, N; Parewick, K
Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptive Planning: Mutual and Multi-lateral Community-Researcher Communication, Arctic and Atlantic Canada

Dall'Osso, F; Cavalletti, A; Polo, P; Gonella, M
GIS based vulnerability assessment using multi-criteria analysis

Holub, M.
Decrease of vulnerability of buildings by local structural protection measures

Lamond, J; Proverbs, D
Measuring the long term impact of flooding on homeowners - data issues and opportunities

Keiler, M.; Fuchs, S.
The influence of different vulnerability approaches on the results of snow avalanche risk analysis

Delmonaco, G. ; Falconi, L.; Margottini, C.; Spizzichino, D.
A novel procedure for exposure and vulnerability of Cultural Heritage at landslide risk

Oven, K; Petley, D; Rigg, J; Dunn, C; Rosser, N
Landscape, livelihoods and risk: a study of community vulnerability to landslide events in a dynamic mountain environment

Pascale, S.; Sdao, F.; Sole, A.
Assessment of systemic vulnerability in landslide prone areas: a proposed model

Garittes, G.; Lahousse, P.; Masson, E.; Thénard, L
Coupling GIS analysis and field survey for the vulnerability assessment of flood hazard

Kronholm, K.; Vikhamar-Schuler, D.; Jaedicke, C.; Isaksen, K.
Prediction of geohazard triggering by meteorological variables using classification trees

Kronholm, K.; Jaedicke, C.; Vikhamar-Schuler, D.; Isaksen, K.; Sorteberg, A.; Solheim, A.
Spatial and temporal variations of geohazards in Norway under a changing climate

Santini, M; Caccamo, G; Iocola, I; Putzu, G; Pittalis, D; Valentini, R
Soil erosion and overgrazing pressure as indicators for desertification vulnerability assessment in Sardinia (Italy): an integrated modelling approach (withdrawn)

Glatron, S.; Beck, E.
Assessing the socio-spatial vulnerability of citizens to natural hazards

Dorner, W.; Spachinger, K.; Metzka, M.
Statistical and GIS approach for vulnerability assessment on a catchment scale

Seeling, S.; Bell, R.; Gellweiler, I.; Borens, S.; Seeger, M.
Employing historical CORONA satellite imagery for monitoring human impact on zones endangered by inundation, muddy floods and landslides

Heitz, C.; Glatron, S.; Spaeter, S.; Auzet, A.-V.
Perception of risk of natural disasters related to muddy flows by local actors of peri urban territories (Alsace – France)

Zischg, A.
Alternation in perception and evaluation of flood risks due to global change

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