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Retrospective GA 2013

To officially launch the International ecorisQ association, the General Assembly was held on 6 December 2013 in the International Environment House in Geneva, Switzerland. In total, 52 representants from Austria, France, Italy, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey, UK and the US participated at this event. The minutes, as well as the presentations are available for download below.

 

On uncertainty and probability in predicting natural hazard risks using models

Keith Beven (University of Lancaster, UK)

SOSlope – the basis for a new ecorisQ tool for shallow landslide modelling

Massimiliano Schwarz (Bern Univ. of Applied Sciences, CH)

Zemokost – A model for estimating flood events in alpine catchments using design storm values

Karl Kleemayr (BFW, AT)

Rockyfor3D – frequently asked questions explained

Luuk Dorren (Fed. Office for the Env. FOEN, CH)

A reflection on the assessment of geological mass movement hazards in the Swiss daily practice

Bernard Loup (FOEN, CH)

Landslide hazards, bioengineering and risk management: the New Zealand experience

Chris Phillips (Landcare Research, NZ)

An application of Rockyfor3D in the daily practice in Valais, Switzerland

Guillaume Favre-Bulle (Géoval, CH)

The new French guideline for rockfall hazard mapping

Frédéric Berger (IRSTEA, FR)

Minutes of the General Assembly