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Day 1, Monday 5 November 2007
08:30 Registration, poster mounting  
10:00-18:10 Globvolcano 1st User Workshop Chair: Lucia Tampellini (CGS)
09:20-18:10 Terrafirma 4th User Workshop Chair: Chris Browitt (EMSC)
09:00-18:10 The GGOS Contribution to GEOSS and an Observing System for Geohazards and Disaster Prevention
Chair: Hans-Peter Plag (University of Nevada)
18:30-19:30 Ice Breaker  
Posters Posters will be on display all week.  
Day 1, Monday 5 November 2007
Globvolcano user workshop 
10:00-10:20GlobVolcano project overviewLucia Tampellini (Carlo Gavazzi Space SpA)
10:20-10:40The GlobVolcano User GroupSven Borgström (INGV - OV)
10:40-11:00The World Organization of Volcano Observatories (WOVO) and the GlobVolcano project: common links and goalsWarner Marzocchi (INGV - Co-chairman WOVO)
11:00-11:20 Coffee Break  
11:20-11:40The civil protection point of viewFranco Barberi (University of Roma Tre)
11:40-12:00Review of current Monitoring Techniques vs. GlobVolcano Design RequirementsFabrizio Ferrucci (University of Calabria)
12:00-12:20Terrain Deformations PSInSARTM - Products Examples Marco Bianchi (TRE - Tele-Rilevamento Europa s.r.l.)
12:20-12:40Spaceborne detection and measurement of volcanic surface thermal anomalies: a review and expected products from the GlobVolcano approachBarbara Hirn (IES Consulting)
12:40-13:00SO2 and volcanic ash monitoring in GlobVolcanoJos van Geffen (Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB))
13:00-13:20Validation of GlobVolcano productsEssam Heggy (IPGP - Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris)
presented by Emilie Bronner (Noveltis)
13:20-13:40L-Band Radar Interferometric and Polarimetric Observation of the Fournaise Volcano: Monitoring the 2007 Major EruptionEssam Heggy (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris)
13:40-14:40 Lunch  
14:40-15:00Civil Protection Organisation and Emergency Cycle ManagementChiara Cardaci (Dipartimento Protezione Civile Italiana)
15:00-15:20Volcano monitoring at Aeolian volcanoes (South Italy) by multidisciplinary approachGiuseppe Puglisi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
15:20-15:40Electromagnetic and Geochemical monitoring of the slow unrest - Taal volcano, Philippines Jacques Zlotnicki (CNRS)
15:40-16:00Tenerife island (Canaries, Spain) unrest, 2004-2006, studied via integrated geodetic observationsJose Fernández (CSIC-UCM)
16:00-16:20Time evolution of deformation on La Palma Island (Canary Islands)P.J. González (CSIC-UCM)
16:20-16:40 Coffee Break  
16:40-17:00Hazard by lava flows at Nyiragongo volcano, West Virunga from numerical simulations of lava flow pathsPaolo Papale (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
17:00-17:20Integrated Surveys Of Active Volcanoes From Airborne, Bathymetric and Ground Based Data: The Examples Of Panarea and Albano (Italy)Marco Anzidei (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
17:20-17:40VoMIR: over 300 Volcanoes Monitored in NEAR Real-time by AATSR O. Colin (European Space Agency)
presented by M.A. Rubio Escudero (ESA)
17:40-18:00ASI-Sistema Rischio Vulcanico SRV: a pilot project to develop EO data processing modules and products for Volcanic activity monitoring based on Italian Civil Protection Department requirements and needsMaria Fabrizia Buongiorno (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
18:00-18:10 Conclusion Lucia Tampellini (CGS)
Day 1, Monday 5 November 2007
Terrafirma user workshop
09:20-09:30 Welcome Chris Browitt (European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC))
09:30-09:40 Introduction Mark Doherty (ESA)
09:40-09:50Ground subsidence related to soft and recent alluvial sediments (Brussels, Belgium)Xavier Devleeschouwer (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences)
09:50-10:00Uplift revealed by radar interferometry in coal concessions around Liège (Belgium): a relation with rising mining groundwaterXavier Devleeschouwer (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences)
Pierre-Yves Declercq
10:00-10:20Surface Deformations - market experience and opportunitiesMiranda Saarentaus (Pöyry Environment Oy)
10:20-10:40Vertical Movements of Prague and Ostrava areas, Czech Republic, TERRAFIRMA Project Vladimir Schenk (Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics)
10:40-11:00Budapest PSInSAR data set: First interpretationsFusi Balazs (ELGI)
and Gyula Grenerczy (FOMI)
11:00-11:20 Discussion  
11:20-11:40 Coffee Break  
11:40-12:00Further investigation on the use of PSInSAR data to characterize the active tectonics of the Lower Tagus ValleySandra Heleno (Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal))
12:00-12:20Terrafirma in Ireland, 2007 UpdateKoen Verbruggen (Geological Survey of Ireland)
12:20-12:40Long Term and Seasonal Ground Deformation Monitoring of Larissa Plain (Central Greece) by Persistent Scatterer Interferometry (PSI)Evangelos Lagios (University of Athens)
presented by V. Sakkas
12:40-13:00GMES/Terrafirma II – PSI Stassfurt Case StudyFriedrich Kuehn (BGR)
13:00-13:20Analysis of the PSI data from the Upper Silesia – SW PolandMarek Graniczny (Polish Geological Institute)
13:20-13:40 Discussion  
13:40-14:30 Lunch  
14:30-14:50Validation of existing processing chains in TerrafirmaMichele Crosetto (Institute of Geomatics)
14:50-15:10Terrafirma Validation Experiment - the Alkmaar/Amsterdam CaseSterre Dortland (TNO)
15:10-15:30Terrafirma Landslide Work in ItalyValeria Pancioli (UNIFI)
15:30-15:50Terrafirma Landslide Work In SwitzerlandH. Raetzo (Federal Office for the Environment)
U. Wegmüller
15:50-16:10 Discussion  
16:10-16:30 Coffee Break  
16:30-16:50SPN Subsidence Analysis in MurciaGerardo Herrera (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España)
16:50-17:10Subsidence and uplift in Rome and surroundings as revealed by satellite SAR imagesMarco Amanti (APAT - Geological Survey of Italy)
and Paola De Lotto (CESI)
17:10-17:30 Discussion  
17:30-17:50Terrafirma Product ReviewMichele Crosetto (Institute of Geomatics)
17:50-18:10Workshop ConclusionPatrice Christmann (EuroGeoSurveys)
and Chris Browitt (EMSC)
Day 2, Tuesday 6 November 2007
08:30-13:40 The GGOS Contribution to GEOSS and an Observing System for Geohazards and Disaster Prevention  
13:40-14:40 Lunch  
3rd International Geohazards Workshop OpeningChair: M. Doherty (ESA)
14:40-15:00WelcomeVolker Liebig (ESA)
Presented by Mark Doherty
15:00-15:20Opening Address: Italian Civil Protection Activities Related to Geohazards and expectations from the 3rd International WorkshopGuido Bertolaso (Italian Civil Protection)
Presented by Bernardo De Bernardinis
15:20-15:40Opening Address: NASA Earth ScienceTeresa Fryberger (NASA)
15:40-16:00Opening Address: UNESCO's role in internationally coordinated programmes on Geohazards MitigationWalter Erdelen (UNESCO)
16:00-16:20Opening Address: Japanese Activities in Geohazards-Related Science and Technology: MEXT, JAXA, DRH, and ICLKaoru Takara (Japan Board of Disaster Reduction Hyperbase (DRH))
16:20-16:40Opening Address: Solid Earth geophysics and natural catastrophic events, the INGV experienceEnzo Boschi (Italian Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology)
Presented by Massimo Cocco
16:40-17:00Opening Address: The GEO approach to Geohazards Mitigation: the Earth, a Complex System of SystemsJosé Achache (GEO)
International FrameworkChair: Giovanni Rum (GEO); Robert Missotten (UNESCO)
17:00-17:20Geohazards within the International Year of Planet Earth 2007-2009: Earth sciences for SocietyEdward Derbyshire (International Year of Planet Earth)
17:20-17:40The United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR), the Hyogo Framework for action (2005-2015)Pedro Basabe (UN/ISDR)
17:40-18:00Increasing the Use of Geospatial Technologies for Disaster Management and Emergency ResponseDavid Stevens (UNOOSA)
18:00-18:20IGOS Geohazards : Status and perspectivesHormoz Modaressi (BRGM (French Geological Surveys))
19:00-22:00 Social Event - La Collinetta  
Day 3, Wednesday 7 November 2007
Geohazards Observation Programmes from Space AgenciesChair: Marc Paganini (ESA); John LaBrecque (NASA)
08:30-08:50The contribution of space based observations to understanding and addressing geohazards: a CNES perspective Steven Hosford (CNES)
08:50-09:10NASA's Architecture for Earth Observations in Support of Decision Making in a Changing WorldJohn LaBrecque (NASA)
09:10-09:30The European Space Agency Programmes and Initiatives on GeohazardsMarc Paganini (European Space Agency (ESA))
09:30-09:50JAXA’s programmes and initiatives on GeohazardsTakashi Moriyama (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA))
09:50-10:10The Italian Space Agency Programmes and Initiatives on GeohazardsSimona Zoffoli (Italian Space Agency)
Examples of Satellite Applications in Geohazards MitigationChair: Stuart Marsh (BGS); Salvatore Stramondo (INGV)
10:10-10:30Terrafirma, Pan-European Terrain Motion Information ServicesStuart Marsh (British Geological Survey (BGS))
and Janusz Wasowski
10:30-10:50Satellite detection of power outages following earthquakes and other eventsChristopher Elvidge (NOAA-NGDC)
10:50-11:10InSAR Monitoring of Landslides in CanadaVern Singhroy (Canada Centre for Remote Sensing)
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break  
11:10-11:30Detection of thermal volcanic eruption precursors using ASTERDavid Pieri (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
11:30-11:50Toward Real-Time GPS for Tsunami Warning Systems and Post-Earthquake Damage Assessment and Emergency ResponseGeoffrey Blewitt (University of Nevada, Reno)
Geohazards Observation ProgrammesChair: Nicola Casagli (ICL); Hans-Peter Plag (GGOS)
12:10-12:30The EarthScope ProgramJames Whitcomb (National Science Foundation)
12:30-12:50The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS): Backbone for a Solid Earth Observing System for Geohazards Assessment and Disaster ReductionHans-Peter Plag (University of Nevada, Reno)
12:50-13:10The International Consortium on Landslides (ICL)Kaoru Takara (Kyoto University)
13:10-13:30IASPEI activities in Geo-hazardsPeter Suhadolc (IASPEI)
13:30-13:40The World Organization of Volcano Observatories (WOVO)Warner Marzocchi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
13:40-14:40 Lunch
Round Table - African and Middle East Community of PracticeChair: Sospeter Mohongo (ICSU)
14:40-14:50Mapping Land Collapse Geohazard using Remotely Sensed Data and Geographic Information System of the Egyptian TerritoriesMohamed Hegazy (National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Science, Egypt)
14:50-15:00Risk and Vulnerability Mapping of Sand Dunes, a prerequisite for land use planning in the Egyptian desertsHala Effat (National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Science, Egypt)
15:00-15:10Remote Sensing/geographic Information System Application for Early Warning Systems of Natural Hazard:case Study of Victoria Island,lagos Nigeria. Olumuyiwa Solana Sonuga (University of Lagos, Nigeria)
15:10-15:20Zoning of the natural risks on Mount Cameroon.Emmanuel Kouokam (Ministry of Industry, Mines and Technological Dev, Cameroon)
15:20-15:30The Implementation of the ICSU ROA Science Plan on Natural and Human Induced Hazards and DisastersSospeter Muhongo (ICSU Regional Office for Africa, South Africa)
Round Table - Latin America Community of PracticeChair: Juan Murria (UDEFA)
15:40-15:50Mass movement processes influenced by climate change in EcuadorElías Ibadango (DINAGE, Ecuador)
15:50-16:00Early Warning Systems for Disaster Risk Reduction; Don’t Forget the Human Element Juan Murria (Universidad de Falcon, Punto Fijo, Venezuela)
16:10-16:30 Coffee Break  
Round Table - Asia Community of PracticeChair: Niran Chaimanee (Geoscience Programmes of Thailand)
16:30-16:40Multi Sensor Geophysical Parameters for the Early Warning of EarthquakesRamesh Singh (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India)
16:40-16:50Community Resilience Approach to geological risk reduction and hazard mitigation in Southeast Asia Niran Chaimanee (Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes, Thailand)
16:50-17:00Role of Remote Sensing in Landslide Mitigation in ThailandWorawoot Tantiwanit (Department of Mineal Resources, Thailand)
17:00-17:10Geotechnical Engineering and Global WarmingMohd Raihan Taha (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia)
presented by Dr Zamri Chik
Day 4, Thursday 8 November 2007
Working Group 1 - Hazard Databases and Multi-Hazard Assessment (Parallel Session)Chair: Warner Marzocchi (INGV); David Arctur (OGCii)
08:30-08:50Hazard Databases and Multi-Hazard Assessment: Session OverviewDavid Arctur (OGCii Inc.)
and Warner Marzocchi
08:50-09:10PREVIEW: a standard-based platform for the monitoring of geophysical riskDaniele Pellegrino (Telespazio S.p.A.)
09:10-09:30Multi-hazard assessment: Looking 'AHEAD' Warner Marzocchi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
09:30-09:50The European Severe Weather Database (ESWD) - Design, Quality-Control and ApplicationsNikolai Dotzek (DLR-Institute of Atmospheric Physics)
09:50-10:10Risk assessment for the road network in the French-Italian border region using web servicesJohn Douglas (BRGM)
10:10-10:30A global database of large submarine landslidesMalik Chibah (University College London)
Presented by Matthew Free
10:30-10:50Remote sensing techniques for monitoring and mapping geohazards at different spatial and temporal scalesNicola Casagli (University of Florence)
presented by Giacomo Falorni
10:30-11:00 Final Discussion  
Working Group 2 - Science and Observations (Parallel Session) Chair: Janusz Wasowski (CNR-IRPI), Stuart Marsh (BGS)
08:30-08:40ESA Support To Science Element: Towards the achievement of the new scientific challenges for the Living Planet ProgrammeDiego Fernandez (European Space Agency (ESA))
08:40-09:00EO for the Recognition, Mapping and Monitoring of Unstable SlopesJanusz Wasowski (CNR-IRPI)
09:00-09:20Satellite observations of electromagnetic perturbations related to earthquakesFrantisek Nemec (CNRS)
09:20-09:40Using Remote Sensing for seismotectonic observations Marcello de Michele (BRGM)
09:40-10:00Application Of Electrical Resistivity TechniquesSimeon Kostyanev (Sofia University of Mining & Geology)
10:00-10:20Low cost remote sensing applied to disaster risk assessmentRichard Teeuw (Portsmouth University)
10:20-10:40Electromagnetic monitoring of Corinth Gulf seismic area (Greece) in the frame of Demeter missionJacques Zlotnicki (CNRS)
10:40-11:00 Final Discussion  
Working Group 3 - Regional and International Cooperation (Parallel Session)Chair: Giovanni Rum (GEO); Robert Missotten (UNESCO)
08:30-08:50Africa's Science Plan on Natural and Human-Induced Hazards and DisastersSospeter Muhongo (ICSU Regional Office for Africa)
08:50-09:10Comparative analysis of climate change impacts in the Yarlung Tsangpo (Upper Brahmaputra) and Upper Danube river basins – the BRAHMATWINN Project.Peter Zeil (Center for Geoinformation Salzburg)
09:10-09:30Regional and International Cooperation on Geohazards in South East AsiaKong Chiew Low (Malaysian Meteorological Department)
09:30-09:50Remote Sensing to Support Management of Georisks in IndonesiaFriedrich Kuehn (BGR)
09:50-10:10Cooperation Between United Nations, European Union, Italy and the Democratic Republic of Congo on Mitigation of Volcanic and Environmental RisksDario Tedesco (University of Napoli 2)
10:10-10:30Role of Regional organization for risk reduction and hazard mitigation in Southeast Asia Niran Chaimanee (Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes)
10:30-11:00 Final Discussion  
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break  
Tsunami SessionChair: Emile Okal (Northwestern Uni.); Paula Dunbar (NOAA)
11:30-11:45Far-field tsunami risk in the Indian Ocean from hydrodynamic simulationsEmile Okal (Northwestern University)
11:45-12:00Manifestations of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 in satellite nadir-viewing radar backscatter variationsYuliya Troitskaya (Institute of Applied Physics)
12:00-12:15U.S. States and Territories National Tsunami Hazard Assessment, Historical Record and Sources for WavesPaula Dunbar (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
12:15-12:30Geomagnetic dependence of ionospheric disturbances induced by tsunamigenic internal gravity wavesGiovanni Occhipinti (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris)
12:30-12:45Tsunami Warning System in ThailandKriengkrai Khovadhana (Thai Meteorological Department)
12:45-13:00Tsunami Hazard Assessment and Their Mitigation in Indonesia Hamzah Latief (Tsunami Research Group, Bandung Institute of Technology)
13:00-13:15Concept Design of a Near-Space Radar for Tsunami DetectionMichele Galletti (DLR German Aerospace Agency)
13:15-13:40 Discussion  
13:40-14:45 Lunch
14:45-16:00 Working Group Debriefing Chair: Hormoz Modaressi (BRGM)
14:45-15:00 Debriefing: WG1 - Hazard Databases and Multi-Hazard Assessment  
15:00-15:15 Debriefing: WG2 - Science and Observations  
15:15-15:30 Debriefing: WG3 - Regional and International Cooperation  
15:30-16:00 Discussion with the attendees  
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break  
Programme Proposals 
16:30-16:50WinSAR and the Natural Laboratory approach to GeohazardsFalk Amelung (University of Miami)
16:50-17:10Geohazards Natural LaboratoriesJohn LaBrecque (NASA)
17:10-17:30The Geohazards Super SitesMarc Paganini (European Space Agency (ESA))
17:30-17:50GEO Geohazards Community of PracticeHormoz Modaressi (BRGM (French Geological Surveys))
17:50-18:50 Final Round Table John Labrecque (NASA), Gordon Woo (RMS), David Arctur (OGCii), Jacques Varet (BRGM), Sospeter Muhongo (ICSU), Niran Chaimanee (CCOP), Marc Paganini (ESA), Stuart Marsh (BGS), Pedro Basabe (ISDR), Giovanni Rum (GEO)
18:50-19:00 Declaration Giovanni Rum, GEO
19:00-20:00 Social Event  
Day 5, Friday 9 November 2007
Architecture (Parallel Session)Chair: David Arctur (OGCii)
08:30-08:50Standards based approaches for cross-domain data integrationRob Atkinson (Social Change Online)
D. Arctur (OGC) and K. Millard (HR Wallingford)
08:50-09:10The Importance of Open Standards-Based GIS for Risk and Crisis ManagementGuenther Pichler (ESRI Inc.)
09:10-09:30Atmospheric Releases Uncertainty Assessment using Remote Sensing, Mesoscale Modeling, and Data MiningGuido Cervone (George Mason University)
09:30-09:50Sharing geoscientific information: Lessons learnt in the geological domain François Robida (BRGM)
09:50-10:30 Discussion  
10:30-10:50 Coffee Break
European Community of PracticeChair: Stuart Marsh (BGS), Marc Paganini (ESA)
08:30-08:50NOVAC – Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric ChangeBo Galle (Chalmers University of Technology)
08:50-09:10Strategies for Integrated Concepts for Monitoring Man-made Geohazards Norbert Benecke (DMT GmbH)
09:10-09:30Multi-hazard Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction in Regional Level by Using Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing Techniques. Case Studies from NW Turkey Murat Nurlu (General Directorate of Disaster Affairs)
09:30-09:50The UNU-ITC School for Disaster Geo-Information Management (DGIM)Norman Kerle (ITC)
09:50-10:10Lessons Learned from 25 years of post-earthquake fieldwork by EEFIT – the engineering perspectiveMatthew Free (Arup)
10:10-10:30 Discussion  
10:30-10:50 Coffee Break  
European Community of Practice - Eurogeosurveys Geohazards Working GroupChair: Patrice Christmann (Eurogeosurveys), Hormoz Modaressi (BRGM)
10:50-11:05Expectations from the Eurogeosurveys Working GroupJacques Varet (BRGM (French Geological Survey))
11:05-11:20The role of the Eurogeosurveys Working Group on GeohazardsPatrice Christmann (EuroGeoSurveys)
11:20-11:35Geohazards in LithuaniaRoma Kanopiene (Lithuanian Geological Survey)
11:35-11:50Two Balkan Environmental ProjectsMargarita Matova (Geological Institute)
11:50-12:05Multirisk Assessment and Mapping for the North East Bulgarian Black Sea Coast Antoanetta Frantzova (Ministry of State Policy for Disasters and Accidents)
12:05-12:20Regional landslide mapping and monitoring in Norway using SBAS InSARJohn Dehls (Geological Survey of Norway)
12:20-12:35A GIS Based Volcanic Hazard Map for Tenerife at a 1:25,000 ScaleInés Galindo (Spanish Geological Survey)
12:35-12:50National Environmental Monitoring of Geological Hazards of the Slovak Republic Alena Klukanova (Geological Survey of Slovak Republic)
12:50-13:40 Discussion  
13:40-14:40 Lunch  
European Community of Practice - Some Aspects of Italian Research in GeohazardsChair: Patrice Christmann (Eurogeosurveys), Salvatore Stramondo (INGV)
14:40-15:00Earthquake and Volcanic Risks: Scientific research and operational activity. The INGV experienceSalvatore Stramondo (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
presented by Laura Colini
15:00-15:20First results from spaceborne SAR analysis in the Valfurva area, Italy, in the framework of the PREVIEW projectGaia Righini (University of Firenze)
15:20-15:40Automatic classification and parameters retrieval of seismic events by neural networks and SAR interferometryFabio Del Frate (Tor Vergata University)
15:40-16:00A Robust Satellite Technique (RST) for multi-hazard monitoring and investigationNicola Pergola (National Research Council - IMAA)
16:00-16:20 Coffee Break  
16:20-16:40PSInSAR for landslide investigations in civil protection practicesPaolo Farina (University of Firenze)
Alessandro Ferretti (Treuropa)
16:40-17:00Lava flow simulations using effusion rates from thermal infrared satellite imagery during the 2006 Etna eruptionCiro Del Negro (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
17:00-17:20The SIGRIS pilot project: an integrated Earth observation system for the management of seismic riskStefano Salvi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
17:20-17:30 Closing Remarks Hormoz Modaressi (BRGM)
Posters
Geohazards Poster Session 
ABSRATE - absolute subsidence rates from persistent scatterer interferometry.Per Knudsen (Danish National Space Center - DTU)
Engineering - geonomic concept of evaluation of georisks of shock paleohazard genesis for planetary bodies (on an example of interpretation of the Earth modern geoidUsupaev Sheishenaly (Central-Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences)
Space remote sensing for urban damage detection, mapping and mitigationSalvatore Stramondo (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Far-field tsunami risk in the Indian Ocean from numerical simulations of seismic scenariosEmile Okal (Northwestern University)
Geodetic Strain rates in Greece using GPS mesurements from 1994-2000Sofia Rontogianni (NOA)
Physical vulnerability modelling in natural hazard risk assessment: Why are fragility curves not commonly used for non-earthquake risk assessments? John Douglas (BRGM)
Mapping Land Collapse Geohazard using Remotely Sensed Data and Geographic Information System of the Egyptian TerritoriesMohamed Hegazy (National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Science, Egypt)
Risk and Vulnerability Mapping of Sand Dunes, a prerequisite for land use planning in the Egyptian desertsHala Effat (National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Science, Egypt)
Zoning of the natural risks on Mount Cameroon.Emmanuel Kouokam (Ministry of Industry, Mines and Technological Dev, Cameroon)
The Implementation of the ICSU ROA Science Plan on Natural and Human Induced Hazards and DisastersSospeter Muhongo (ICSU Regional Office for Africa, South Africa)
Mass movement processes influenced by climate change in EcuadorElías Ibadango (DINAGE, Ecuador)
Early Warning Systems for Disaster Risk Reduction; Don’t Forget the Human Element Juan Murria (Universidad de Falcon, Punto Fijo, Venezuela)
Role of Remote Sensing in Landslide Mitigation in ThailandWorawoot Tantiwanit (Department of Mineal Resources, Thailand)
Geotechnical Engineering and Global WarmingMohd Raihan Taha (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia)
presented by Dr Zamri Chik
Globvolcano Poster Session 
Mapping Exposed and Buried Lava Flows Using Synthetic Aperture and Ground-Penetrating Radar in Craters of the Moon Lava FieldEssam Heggy (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris)
Long-term monitoring of the Stromboli slope instability through SAR interferometry: from the 2002 to the 2007 eruptionsPaolo Farina (University of Firenze)
GGOS Poster Session 
The International Terrestrial Reference Frame for Earth Science ApplicationsZuheir Altamimi (Institut Geographique National)
Geo-Hazards Monitoring with Spaceborne Japan/U.S. ASTER InstrumentMichael Abrams (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Ground Subsidence Monitoring and Remote Sensing Expriences in the Oilfields of Western Venezuela Juan Murria (Universidad de Falcon (UDEFA))
The Effects Of Al-Wihdah and Al-Karamah Dams on Drying-Up Jordan River Using Remote Sensing Tools (Case Study)Nivin Hasan (Al-Balqa' applied University)
Mapping ground velocity in Italian seismogenic areas by InSAR techniques: the VELISAR initiative.Stefano Salvi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Geoscience Information Systems and Interoperable Catalog and Data Access Services for Global Distributed Data SourcesBernd Ritschel (GFZ Potsdam)
Global Forum For Disaster Management and Observing Systems for Geo- Disasters Mitigation : Case StudyNarendra Kumar Choudhary (Global Forum For Disaster Management)
ASI-Sistema Rischio Vulcanico SRV: a pilot project to develop EO data processing modules and products for Volcanic activity monitoring based on Italian Civil Protection Department requirements and needsMaria Fabrizia Buongiorno (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)

 

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