CEDIM-Beteiligung an der EGU 2018

Diese Woche findet in Wien die  European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 statt und das CEDIM Team ist hier mit einigen Beiträgen (und als Co-convener) fleißig zu den Themen Natural Desaster und Risk Modelling vertreten.

Towards a global risk index for hotels and tourism destinations for natural disasters
James Daniell, Andreas Schaefer, Friedemann Wenzel, Bijan Khazai, and Trevor Girard
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A historical natural disaster vulnerability and loss database for energy systems
James Daniell, Michael Kunz, and Andreas Schaefer

A re-analysis of Historical Disaster Scenarios: Lessons for disaster risk management
Rashmin Gunasekera, James Daniell, Antonios Pomonis, Rodrigo Andres Donoso Arias, Oscar Ishizawa, Harriette Stone, and Xijie Lu

An innovation to Disaster Response: The Global RApid-post-disaster Damage Estimation (GRADE) Approach
Rashmin Gunasekera, James Daniell, Antonios Pomonis, Rodrigo Andres Donoso Arias, Oscar Ishizawa, and Harriette Stone

Beach Tsunami Risk Modelling – A probabilistic assessment of tsunami risk for the world’s most prominent beaches
Andreas Schaefer, James Daniell, and Friedemann Wenzel

Comparative spatial risk assessment of flood and earthquake risk: based on expected annual damages, which adaptation measures should prevail?
Marleen de Ruiter, Johanna Englhardt, Hans de Moel, and James Daniell

Continental scale hail frequency estimation from geostationary satellite detection
Heinz Jürgen Punge, Kristopher M. Bedka, and Michael Kunz     

Global Probabilistic Tsunami Risk Modelling – Methods and first results
Andreas Schaefer, James Daniell, and Friedemann Wenzel

Global socioeconomic Losses from natural disasters for the year 2017 and their place in the yearly loss estimates since 1900
James Daniell, Andreas Schaefer, Jens-Udo Skapski, Armand Vervaeck, Antonios Pomonis, and Rashmin Gunasekera

Hedging Natural Disaster Risks: What we know and don't know in the Far East
James Daniell, Marleen de Ruiter, Florian Elmer, Steffi Uhlemann, Danhua Xin, Rashmin Gunasekera, Antonios Pomonis, Hans de Moel, Andreas Schaefer, and Anais Couasnon

Historic Tsunami Risk Scenarios – A reassessment of the largest mega-tsunamis in human history under today’s conditions
Andreas Schaefer, James Daniell, and Friedemann Wenzel

How do concurrent disasters affect damages and the post-disaster recovery process?
Marleen de Ruiter, Anaïs Couasnon, Hans de Moel, Philip Ward, and James Daniell

Large effects of the model timestep on simulated explicit convection – the impact, cause and solution
Andrew Barrett, Constanze Wellmann, Axel Seifert, Bernhard Vogel, Michael Kunz, and Corinna Hoose

Rapid Earthquake Impact Modelling – GPU-powered intensity modelling cartography in social media
Andreas Schaefer, James Daniell, Friedemann Wenzel, and Andreas Rietbrock

Rapid Loss Estimation for the 2017 Hurricane Series across the Caribbean – Harvey, Irma and Maria
James Daniell, Antonios Pomonis, Andreas Schaefer, and Rashmin Gunasekera

Temporal and spatial variability of convective predisposition across Europe and most relevant drivers
Michael Kunz, David Piper, and Susanna Mohr