The Disaster Risk Reduction Conference

October 12-13, 2017, Warsaw, Poland

Referaty i Postery

Lista referatów i posterów zgłoszonych i zaakceptowanych na konferencję:

Referaty

  1. 1. Rajesh Kumar ABHAY*

An analysis of indicators for measuring land resilience in agricultural landscape: a case study from northern Odisha, India

  1. Agnieszka DUDZIŃSKA-JARMOLIŃSKA

Adapting modern urban spaces to the negative consequences of natural disasters: the floods

  1. Grzegorz DUMIEŃSKI, Alicja LISOWSKA, Andrzej TIUKAŁO

The measurement of the adaptive capacity of the social-ecological system towards flood hazard

  1. Paweł FRANCZAK, Łukasz FIEDEŃ, Jarosław DZIAŁEK, Karolina LISTWAN-FRANCZAK, Wojciech BIERNACKI*

Flash flood hazard in small towns of the Sudety Foothills in 2010-2016

  1. Rafael GONÇALVES SANTOS, António LOPES, Rodrigo Rudge Ramos Ribeiro, Magda Adelaide LOMBARDO

The Impact of Land-Use and Land-Cover Changes on Urban Climate of the City of São Paulo

  1. Timur GULTEKIN, Nehir VAROL

Human and Disasters from Past to Present in Anatolia: an Anthropological Perspective

  1. Krzysztof JARZYNA

Hot and cold weather extremes – urban-rural differences of thermal stress in the Świętokrzyskie region over 2009-2016 period

  1. Monika KACZAŁA*

Factors affecting farmers’ drought and flood risk perception

  1. Tomasz KALICKI, Paweł PRZEPIÓRA, Piotr KUSZTAL, Mariusz NOWAK

Anthropogenic flash floods on rivers of Holy Cross Mts. region in 20th c. – origin and effects

  1. Halina KOWALEWSKA-KALKOWSKA, Marek KOWALEWSKI

The high resolution PM3D model for flood risk management along the southern Baltic coast

  1. Kamil LEZIAK

The influence of horizontal atmospheric circulation on convection and on convection-dependent severe weather phenomena over Poland

  1. Karolina LISTWAN-FRANCZAK, Wojciech BIERNACKI, Jarosław DZIAŁEK, Paweł FRANCZAK

Risk communication as a part of flood risk management according to existing legislation

  1. Rodrigo Rudge Ramos Ribeiro, Magda Adelaide LOMBARDO, Rafael GONÇALVES SANTOS, Samia NASCIMENTO SULAIMAN

Natural Hazards and Climate Risks in the Brazilian Agriculture: An Overview of High Temperatures

  1. Ewelina SIWIEC

Extreme events results ’ estimation based on Polish method and Post-Disaser Needs Assessmnet PDNA

  1. Irena TSERMEGAS

Natural hazards in ancient Greek myths: paleogeographic and contemporary context

  1. Nehir VAROL, Timur GULTEKIN

Vulnerable Groups in Disasters and Coping Mechanisms

  1. Beata WEINTRIT, Katarzyna OSIŃSKA-SKOTAK, Joanna PLUTO-KOSSAKOWSKA, Magdalena PILARSKA

Feasibility study of flood risk monitoring based on optical satellite data

  1. Artur ZIELIŃSKI, Krzysztof JARZYNA, Joanna KRUPA

Spatial and temporal distribution of damages caused by heavy rainfalls in the Świętokrzyskie Province (Voivodship) – 2013 case study

  1. Elwira ŻMUDZKA, Krzysztof PIASECKI

Severe storms as example of natural hazard on urban area – case studies on area of Warsaw, Poland

Postery

  1. Paweł FRANCZAK, Karolina LISTWAN-FRANCZAK, Karol Witkowski*

The natural hazards occurring in the eastern part of Beskid Żywiecki and the local communities’ sensitivity to these dangers

  1. Anna BARCZ, Petra BUCHTA-BARTODZIEJ, Anna MICHALAK, Gabriela CHRISTMANN, Thorsten HEIMANN, Kamil BEMBNISTA

Cultural Constructions of Floods and Climate Change in Poland and Germany. Literary, Media and Agents Knowledge in Odra River Regions

  1. Hong DENG, Yong Zhen HOU

Institute for Disaster Management and Reconstruction (IDMR)

  1. Marta KANIOWSKA

The effects Mount Saint Helen’s volcanic eruption in 1980 and proposals for reducing volcanic risk in the region of the USA.

  1. Cagla Melisa KAYA, Leyla DERIN, Emre AKCALI

Developing Long Term Regional Flood Damage Reduction Strategies for a Rural Flood Prone District of Turkey

  1. Cagla Melisa KAYA, Leyla DERIN, Oguz GUNGOR

Flood Hazard Mapping by Using Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing

  1. LI Karen K.Y, CHAN Y.Y Emily, CHAN K.P Carol*

Community based interventions in HeiHe Village, YingJiang County

  1. Joanna POPŁAWSKA, Katarzyna GRABOWSKA

Supercell tornadoes in Poland

  1. Ewelina SIWIEC

Extreme events results ’ estimation based on Polish method and Post-Disaser Needs Assessmnet PDNA

* Prosimy o kontakt.

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