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  Poster Programme - NH10.3 Modelling and simulation of dangerous phenomena, and innovative techniques for hazard evaluation, mapping, mitigation

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Convener: Iovine, G.
Co-Convener: Sheridan, M., Pastor, M., McArdell, B.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 17 April 2008 10:30 - 12:00
Display Time: Thursday, 17 April 2008 08:00 -
Thursday, 17 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: IOVINE, G.

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EGU2008-A-07040;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0467
Salciarini, D.; Tamagnini, C.; Conversini, P.
Distinct element modelling of triggering and evolution of a flow landslide in central Italy Apennines

EGU2008-A-07723;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0468
McArdell, B.W.; Cesca, M.; Rickli, C.
Runout modeling of hillslope debris flows and small surficial landslides

EGU2008-A-05696;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0469
Banton, J.; Villard, P.; Jongmans, D.; Hantz, D.; Scavia, C.
2D numerical modelling of granular flows and comparison to laboratory experiments

EGU2008-A-07459;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0470
Scotto di Santolo, A.; Evangelista, A.
Some considerations on debris flow rheology

EGU2008-A-06952;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0471
Pistolesi, P; Rosi, R; Cioni, C; Cashman, K; Aguilera, A
Tephra and debris flow stratigraphy of the post-XII century activity at Cotopaxi volcano, Ecuador: a tool for lahar hazard assessment.

EGU2008-A-02626;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0472
Calvo, B; Napolitano, G; Savi, F; See, L
A conceptual and neural network model for real-time flood forecasting of Tiber river in Rome

EGU2008-A-08277;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0473
D'Andrea, M.; Fiorucci, P.; Gaetani, F.; Minciardi, R.
A system for the optimal management of transportation systems affected by recurrent adverse weather conditions

EGU2008-A-01962;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0474
Li, H.-W.; Tsai, C.-H.; Lo, Y.-T.
Validation of a predictive model of typhoon surge and assessing coastal flooding area around Taiwan

EGU2008-A-04808;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0475
Modelling of the wind field produced during a hurricane passage, correlation with the processing of pre and post event satellite images for the help in natural hazard risk prevention. A Case Study: The Island of Guadeloupe (FWI), 1989.

EGU2008-A-07846;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0476
Drescher, A. ; Glaser, R.; Pfeiffer, C.; Vencatesan, J.; Glaser, S.; Lechner, M.; Schliermann-Kraus, E.; Dostal, P.
Risk assessment of extreme precipitation in the coastal areas of Chennai as an element of catastrophe prevention (cancelled)

EGU2008-A-10798;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0477
Barkin, Yu.V.
Mechanism of biannual cyclicity of ocean and atmosphere processes and phenomenon “El Nino”

EGU2008-A-08165;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0478
Osinov, V. A.
Modelling soil liquefaction during strong earthquakes

EGU2008-A-10262;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0479
Gómez-Hernández, R.M.; Staller, A.; Benito, B.; Martinez-Díaz, J.J.
Crustal motion modeling integrating geodynamic and geochemical data: application to southern Iberian Peninsula (cancelled)

EGU2008-A-06333;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0480
Sterlacchini, S.; Blahut, J.; Masetti, M.; Sorichetta, A.
A methodological approach for comparing predictive maps derived from statistic-probabilistic methods

EGU2008-A-03041;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0481
Baruffini, Mi.; Baruffini, Mo.; Thuering, M.; Cannata, M.
RiskBox - a toolbox for the risk analysis of natural hazards

EGU2008-A-12012;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0482
Filahi , M.; Andrieux , P.; Tabbagh , A.; Rejiba , F.; Najine , A.; Jaffal , M.; Casas , A.; Angelova , D.
Detection and mapping of the underground cavities by Geophysical methods: ground penetrating radar seismic waves and electrical imagery. The case of Béni-Mellal city (Morocco)

EGU2008-A-07994;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0483
Tomczyk, A.M.; Ewertowski, M.
GIS assessment of the state of the geographical environment along tourist trails. Polish Tatra Mountain case study

EGU2008-A-10960;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0484
Kapochkin, B.B.; Dolia, V.D.
Research of the earlier unknown natural phenomenon

EGU2008-A-00923;  NH10.3-1TH2P-0485
Iovine, G.
Considerations on an integrated approach for mapping mud-flow and lava-flow susceptibility and hazard, by means of numerical modelling and GIS techniques, historical and geo-environmental analyses, recently applied in Southern Italy

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