GEORisk 2014, Madrid, Spain, November 18-21, 2014

Side event on extreme geohazards

Organized by the GHCP at GEORisk 2014 with support from, and in coordination with, the European Science Foundation.


Wednesday, November 19, 2014; 15:00 - 18:00

NOTE: Not all presentations are currently available. They will be added in the next few days.

1500 - 15:15: Hans-Peter Plag (Mitigation and Adaptation Research Institute, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA): Introduction to the session (presentation: keynote, powerpoint. See also conference presentation: abstract; presentation: keynote, powerpoint)
1515 - 15:45: Paola Campus (European Science Foundation (ESF)): Geohazards and monitoring networks (abstract, presentation. See also Campus et al., DETECTION OF INFRASOUND FROM THE ERUPTION OF MANAM VOLCANO ON JAN. 27, 2005: pdf)
1545 - 16:15: Sierd Cloetingh (Netherlands Research Centre for Integrated Solid Earth Science (ISES), Utrecht University): TOPO-EUROPE: An integrated solid earth approach to Continental Topography and Deep Earth — Surface Processes in 4D (abstract, presentation)
1615 - 16:45: Deborah Brosnan (University of California, Davis California USA and Brosnan Center): Role for Science in the Global Management of Extreme Geohazards (abstract, presentation pdf)
1700 - 1800: Panel Discussion, Panel members: Hans-Peter Plag Deborah Brosnan, Paola Campus, Sierd Cloetingh, Alik Ismail-Zadeck: The Risk of Extreme geohazards: How prepared is a globally interdependent society?

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