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RSPSoc2017 SESSION 2B

Risk & Hazards

Wednesday 6 Sept @ 13:00-14:30

Location: Theatre G20

Session Chair: Charlotte Bishop

 

Ground Instability Risk Profiler; subsidence services for the insurance industry based on the novel integration of geological data, satellite derived ground motions and other susceptibility factors

Luke Bateson1, Andy Lucas2, Katy Freeborough1, Lee Jones1, Harry McCormack3, Rachel Holley3, Jessica Warr3

1British Geological Survey, United Kingdom; 2Property Assure, United Kingdom; 3CGG NPA Satellite Mapping, United Kingdom

 

Landslide susceptibility mapping of selected part of District Mansehra, Neelum, Muzaffarabad, using bivariate statistical method

Muhammad Khubaib Abuzar1, Ahsan Jamal Khan1, Minra Khalid2, Syed Amer Mahmood3, Urooj Shakir1, Muhammad Fahad Mahmood1, Mumtaz Ali Khan1

1Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan; 2Survey of Pakistan; 3University of Punjab, Lahore

 

Proof-of-concept methodology for flood risk forecasting: a simplified parametric approach

Jordan Seyedi

University College London

 

From pixels to answers: geospatial big data

Alex Gow

DigitalGlobe, United Kingdom

 

Measuring the potential impact of offshore mining on coastal instability through integrated time-series laser scanning and photography

Neil Slatcher

3D Laser Mapping, United Kingdom

 

 

Please note, all oral presentations should be no more than 15 minutes in length

 

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