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Assessing multi-hazard risk using earth-observation data

3rd International ConferenceNatural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World
Addressing Compound and Multi-Hazard Risk




1.45 pm – 3.15 pm


13:45 | Welcome 13:47 | Sara Claus Multi-Sensor Data Fusion with Artificial Intelligence for Operational Flood Mapping13:57 | Sébastien Biass Insights into the vulnerability of vegetation to volcanic hazards from interpretable machine learning and big Earth observation data14:07 | Amelia Lin Multi-scenario approach for seismic hazard assessments across New Zealand State Highways14:17 | Giandomenico Mastrantoni The contribution of multi-frequency satellite InSAR data in multi-risk modelling of buildings exposed to ground instability hazards14:27 | Eshrat Fatima Appraising the Potential Implications on Vulnerable GLOF Sites in High Mountain Asia through Geospatial Techniques: A Case Study of Northern Pakistan14:37 | Axel Deijns Regional landslide and flash flood compound event analysis in the African tropics14:47 | Nadia Testani Cloudiness variability and long-term decrease over a productive rice and vegetable region of South-Eastern South America: insights from Surface Observations and Satellite-Derived Data 14:57 | Sophie Bujis From Single to Multi-Hazard Recovery: A Statistical Approach Using Nighttime Light Satellite Data15:07 | Saurav Bhattarai Assessing Cascading and Compound Climate Extremes and Associated Vulnerabilities Across the United States