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Poster session

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


All rooms


4.45 pm – 5.45 pm


DYNAMICS 1 | Anastasia Vogelbacher How does groundwater level influence the occurrence and frequency of heatwaves?DYNAMICS 2 | Asrat Tekle Asresu Climate change multi-hazards impacts on transitional ecosystems and the role of nature-based solutions in maintaining water quality DYNAMICS 3 | Lars de Ruig Assessment of multi-hazard disruption losses on road infrastructure – Case studies on three African countriesDYNAMICS 4 | Hunter Quintal Wet Hot American Summer: Defining Temporally Compounding Hazards using Covariance Modeling and Event Coincidence AnalysisDYNAMICS 5 | Mohamed Abdelfattah Enhancing Disaster Resilience with Multi-Agent Deep Reinforcement Learning: Incorporating Social Interdependencies in Community Recovery StrategiesDYNAMICS 6 | Srividya Hariharan Sudha Understanding hydrological response to wet and dry extremes: A case study in the Geul River basin (NL)DYNAMICS 7 | Annika Maier Volcanoes and tsunamis – multi-risk scenarios for tourism in the Canary IslandsDYNAMICS 8 | Wiebke Jäger Integrating Exposure and Vulnerability Dynamics in Forward-Looking Multi-Hazard Risk Modeling: Examples of Qualitative and Quantitative FunctionsPAST 1 | Nour Samaro Assessing Overheating Risks and Mitigation Strategies for an Existing Residential Building under Extreme Future ConditionsPAST 2 | Sara Carolina Soares Guerra Fardin Urban Multi-Hazard Research Analysis: Systematic ReviewPAST 3 | Hendrik Bruns Improving the Evaluation of Civil Protection ExercisesPAST 4 | Ruben Weesie Learning from the past through participatory storytelling: history of droughts and floods in Eastern KenyaPAST 5 | Heather J. Murdock Flood early warning and flood damage: analysis of survey data for the July 2021 flood in BelgiumDRR 1 | Lijie Dong Urban Flood Risk Perception and Trust: Insights from a Survey in Wuhan, ChinaDRR 2 | Lydia Cumiskey Risk-Tandem Framework: enhancing risk governance through knowledge co-production with DRR and CCA actorsDRR 3 | Stefan Kienberger Identifying tools and methods to co-create a climate risk service for managing drought risk in Austria - CRiSDADRR 4 | Alexandra Malmström Disconnects between Climate Change Adaptation Research and Practice: Evidence from a Systematic Review of Urban Heat Island Modelling ResearchDRR 5 | Michiel Ingels Climate Risk Insurance Modeling: A Literature ReviewDRR 6 | Shefali Nayak Circling the Policy Drain: A Systematic Review of Governance Strategies concerning Urban Planning for Water-Centric Circular Cities towards Climate Change AdaptationDRR 7 | Annegret Thieken Prioritizing measures and instruments for flood risk management – what do experts recommend after the devastating flood of 2021?DRR 8 | Julie Van de Valk Bridging between Natural Hazard Data, Science, and Policy to keep Canadians SafeDRR 9 | Markus Mosimann Exploring Interconnected Dynamics: Hydrometeorological Uncertainties in Impact-Based Flood Warning Systems and the Climate Change Sensitivity of FloodplainsDRR 10 | Ilyas Masih An analysis on the alignment of drought policy and planning guidelines with the SENDAI framework for disaster risk reduction 2015-2030SE 1 | John Hillier Open R-code to communicate the impact of co-occurring natural hazardsSE 2 | Panagiotis Asaridis Towards a Multi-Criteria Analysis for evaluating the effectiveness of risk reduction strategies in multi-hazard environmentsSE 3 | Haorui Wu Micro-, Mezzo-, and Macro-level Cross-sectoral Cooperation: An Innovative Approach to Support Animal Farming Community’s Evacuation during the 2021 Pacific Northwest Floods in Fraser Valley, British Columbia, CanadaSE 4 | Anna Msigwa Building Climate Resilience Northern, Tanzania: A Participatory Action Research Approach to Enhancing Effective develop Early warning system for drought and Rain.SE 5 | Iuliana Armas Untapped potential: Integrating first responders’ perspectives into Impact ChainsSE 6 | Jaime Anderson From Data to Disaster-Management Decisions: Intermediaries as Catalysts for Effective Climate ServicesSE 7 | Nathan Clark Building Disaster Resilient Societies: Towards a Disaster Reconstruction Support FrameworkSE 8 | Lou Brett Using co-production to understand compound and multi-hazard extreme weather risks for rural stakeholders: Scotland’s National Parks.SE 9 | Annemarie Polderman Engaging Stakeholders in Co-Creating Knowledge for Multi-Risk Adaptation StrategiesSE 10 | Caroline Michellier The Kivu Citizen Observer network: creating and disseminating knowledge about natural hazard disasters to improve Disaster Risk ReductionSE 11 | Yim Ling Siu Do participation and co-production help the water sector in multi-hazard risk management?SE 12 | Melanie Duncan Stakeholder engagement and co-production of knowledge in complex interdisciplinary projects – the case of MYRIAD-EUEO 1 | Micky Maganini A Regional Intercomparison of Open Source Surface Water Extent Mapping Products and PackagesEO 2 | Maria Isabel Arango-Carmona Using AI and traditional methods to map cascading torrential hazards in tropical regionsEO 3 | Roxana Ciurean Exploring the use of remote-sensing data for impact assessment in areas affected by dry conditions compound events in the UKHEALTH 1 | Thi Dieu My PHAM Understanding the cumulative mental health impacts of frequent flooding and COVID-19 in Thua Thien Hue province, Central VietnamHEALTH 2 | Rozana Himaz Understanding changes to mental health in the wake of natural hazardsHEALTH 3 | Gaia Bonini One Health Approaches to Disaster Management: Insights from the FieldHEALTH 4 | Julien Magana Including Local Initiatives and Behaviours in Health Disaster Response: A Case-Study Investigation of Patient Flow, Emergency, Health Services, and Community Engagement Following the 2021 European floods.HEALTH 5 | Mikhail Sirenko Dynamic and adaptive epidemic control: A case study of anticipatory action to Cholera outbreaks in CameroonCI 1 | Ruoqing Yin Modelling interdependent critical infrastructure systems under multi-hazard conditions: some recent advances and forward-looking perspectivesCI 2 | Alberto Fernandez-Perez Compound and cascading climate risks assessment in port and coastal infrastructuresCI 3 | Xuhui Lin Enhancing Urban Flood Response: Traffic Flow Prediction Using a Field Theory-Inspired Graph Neural Network Diffusion ModelCI 4 | Edgar Daniel Peregrina Gonzalez Climate adaptation in critical infrastructure: A layered approachCI 5 | Elisa Grazia Lucia Nobile Modelling Flood Shocks Propagation in Economic Networks: An Agent-Based Model for Supply ChainsCI 6 | Peter Priesmeier Road network criticality model for emergency services: A case study of heavy rain impact on ambulance response time in Cologne, GermanyCI 7 | Joë Pelmard Learning from tropical cyclone Gabrielle: A framework for the modelling of flood response to extreme weather events across New Zealand