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An inventory and risk-based prioritization of Steep Creek Fans in Alberta, Canada

Kris Holm, Matthias Jakob, Elisa Scordo, M. Lang, F. Klijn, P. Samuels
2016 E3S Web of Conferences  
We present the study results on an interactive, searchable web application that can support ongoing hazard and risk assessments and risk reduction planning.  ...  We characterize 710 fans in terms of hazard level and presence and types of elements at risk. We statistically analyse watershed attributes to predict the dominant fan hydrogeomorphic process types.  ...  The study results are presented on a geospatial web application that allows the user to review fan hazards, identify development at risk, and prioritize fans for further assessment and risk reduction planning  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/20160701009 fatcat:7id5s4j2wrdj3igmbhy7zyrb2a

Editorial for Special Issue: "Multi-Source Data Assimilation for the Improvement of Hydrological Modeling Predictions"

Huidae Cho, Lorena Liuzzo
2021 Hydrology  
Physically-based or process-based hydrologic models play a critical role in hydrologic forecasting [...]  ...  They used the GFPLAIN DEM-based hydrogeomorphic model for small- and large-scale flood hazard mapping and forecasting.  ...  Annis and Nardi [6] proposed a flood forecasting framework for rapid floodplain mapping.  ... 
doi:10.3390/hydrology9010004 fatcat:plth4fbz7fdxlcerlahmpkstju

Urban surface water flood modelling – a comprehensive review of current models and future challenges

Kaihua Guo, Mingfu Guan, Dapeng Yu
2021 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
In this study, we present a comprehensive review of the advanced urban flood models and emerging approaches for predicting urban surface water flooding driven by intense rainfall.  ...  Urbanisation is an irreversible trend as a result of social and economic development.  ...  Hydrogeomorphic approaches Apart from the models reviewed in Sect. 3.1 and 3.2, an emerging method, the hydrogeomorphic approach, has been recently developed for flood hazard management and mapping (Nardi  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-25-2843-2021 fatcat:yehl5x2qnzdkfhkcpxwygb64xi

Multidisciplinary study of flash floods in the Caldera de Taburiente National Park (Canary Islands, Spain)

M. Génova, P. Máyer, J. Ballesteros-Cánovas, J.M. Rubiales, M.A. Saz, A. Díez-Herrero
2015 CATENA  
Most of the parks are located in mountainous areas, where hydrogeomorphic processes and their related hazards are frequent.  ...  This is the first time that Pinus canariensis has been used in a dendrogeomorphological study we assess its suitability for the reconstruction of flash flood events.  ...  Angel Palomares), technicians and rangers of the Caldera de Taburiente National Park for their general support and assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.catena.2015.03.007 fatcat:cenbbem3rfcw7fv7cxrf3mo2aa

Major natural hazards in a tropical volcanic island: A review for Mayotte Island, Comoros archipelago, Indian Ocean

Jean-Christophe Audru, Adnand Bitri, Jean-François Desprats, Pascal Dominique, Guillaume Eucher, Said Hachim, Olivier Jossot, Christian Mathon, Jean-Louis Nédellec, Philippe Sabourault, Olivier Sedan, Philippe Stollsteiner (+1 others)
2010 Engineering Geology  
Hazard maps regarding landslides and rock falls, stream floods, seismic lithological and topographical amplification potential, liquefaction potential and cyclonic marine submersion were produced for mayors  ...  The programme resulted in the publication of the first single-hazard zonation maps for Mayotte, at 1:25 000scale in rural areas and at 1:10 000-scale in urban areas.  ...  The Barranco de Ara´s flood of 7 August  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enggeo.2010.05.014 fatcat:hdxxbcv4g5fydnvrfnt6eknidi

Integrating VGI and 2D hydraulic models into a data assimilation framework for real time flood forecasting and mapping

Antonio Annis, Fernando Nardi
2019 Geo-spatial Information Science  
economic losses due to inundation hazard.  ...  The November 2012 flood in the Italian Tiber River basin was selected as the case study.  ...  Nevertheless, a reliability assessment of VGI observation is a key factor for their successful integration into flood hazard forecasting models.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10095020.2019.1626135 fatcat:mntf6n35djf7zac6hf66nr4ddq

Hydrogeomorphic indicators of wetland health inferred from multi-temporal remote sensing data for a new Ramsar site (Kaabar Tal), India

Manudeo Singh, Rajiv Sinha
2021 Ecological Indicators  
The study has attempted to integrate the hydrological, geomorphological, and ecological concepts and tools to develop the protocols for a hydrogeomorphic assessment of wetland health.  ...  We have developed a framework to assess the status of wetland health based on hydrogeomorphic characteristics and vegetation dynamics and have implemented it on a newly designated Ramsar site, Kaabar Tal  ...  Furthermore, the Burhi Gandak, a plains-fed river flowing close to the Kaabar Tal, was embanked in the 1950s to mitigate flood hazards in the region.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107739 fatcat:7qo5stnokbajvgrkzll3eiadza

PROFILE: Risk Assessment as an Environmental Management Tool: Considerations for Freshwater Wetlands

A. Dennis Lemly
1997 Environmental Management  
For example, some strategies give explicit instructions for evaluating physical stressors that may have impacted a wetland as a consequence of changes in land-use practices, but they offer no guidance  ...  Many different approaches have been developed to assess ecological risks (US EPA 1992, Suter 1993)) but none of these were developed specifically for application to freshwater wetlands.  ...  For example, using published information on toxicity, bioaccumulation, and environmental cycling, Lemly (1995a) developed a protocol for aquatic hazard assessment of selenium.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s002679900034 pmid:9106410 fatcat:kvp6yvenvvcifnwspuv6sbh3eq

Mapping and Analyzing Stream Network Changes in Watonwan River Watershed, Minnesota, USA

Fei Yuan, Phillip Larson, Roman Mulvihill, Devon Libby, Jessica Nelson, Tyler Grupa, Rick Moore
2017 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Thus, understanding the hydrogeomorphic change throughout the UMR is vital in order to establish appropriate efforts to mitigate environmental hazards downstream.  ...  There has been a substantial hydrogeomorphic change in the watershed since 1855, but most significantly, we interpret that the highest rates of erosion occur in the eastern watershed, where knickzone propagation  ...  Acknowledgments: This research was funded by a 2016 URC Grant from the Minnesota State University. We thank Brandon Bohks and MPCA for providing the GLO plat map.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi6110369 fatcat:dbheamirmvhrlh2ymbhho52liy

Probabilistic assessment of wildfire hazard and municipal watershed exposure

Joe Scott, Don Helmbrecht, Matthew P. Thompson, David E. Calkin, Kate Marcille
2012 Natural Hazards  
wildfire hazard.  ...  Our assessment of wildfire exposure consists of two primary components: (1) wildfire hazard, which we characterize with burn probability, fireline intensity, and a composite index, and (2) geospatial intersection  ...  Rules that account for variability across a whole mapping zone can result in imprecision when looking at just a small portion of the mapping zone.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11069-012-0265-7 fatcat:xciex7ztvjeb7o6qwbyfakoyli

Recent advances in landslide investigation: Issues and perspectives

Francisco Gutiérrez, Mauro Soldati, Franck Audemard, Dan Bălteanu
2010 Geomorphology  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the International Association of Geomorphologists and a number of people who have made the production of 100  ...  Soldati (2005b) , "GIS technology and models for assessing landslide hazard and risk" edited by A. Carrara and R.  ...  Anticipating the rapid collapse of creeping landslides is a critical issue for avoiding casualties through the application of evacuation plans.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.10.020 fatcat:dzbtuqyu5fhtdgg5rdwsn3pygy

Assessment of flood hazard over large geographical areas using data-driven approaches

Ricardo Andre Tavares Da Costa
2020
Abstract The mapping of flood hazard can be time and resource consuming, but it is essential for assessing flood risk and for designing strategies to avoid consequences and recover faster in the event  ...  Several aspects of flood hazard assessment are addressed by developing and employing different state-of-the-art data-driven approaches, namely for the estimation and mapping of areas that may be subject  ...  C.5 Web application generated flood hazard maps In Fig. C.3 , an output of the web application relative to a specific classification is presented.  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/9339 fatcat:ed3atoi5ejhxhmv3bhh7et3e4y

Reflections on the History of Research on Large Wood in Rivers

Frederick J. Swanson, Stanley V. Gregory, Andres Iroumé, Virginia Ruiz‐Villanueva, Ellen Wohl
2020 Earth Surface Processes and Landforms  
Case studies include ecosystem research to inform regulations for forest management; storage and transport of large wood as a component in global carbon dynamics; and the role of wood transport in environmental  ...  A wide range of factors has prompted these research efforts, including basic understanding of stream systems, protection and restoration of aquatic ecosystems, and environmental hazards in mountain environments  ...  FJS thanks Universidad Austral de Chile, Center for Climate and Resilience Research (CR2) for travel support and acknowledges support through CONICYT grant PAIMEC80170010 to AI.  ... 
doi:10.1002/esp.4814 fatcat:hrv6gzwkgjajbdgp23oyrufxkq

Assessing Flood Early Warning Systems for Flash Floods

María J. Henao Salgado, Jeannette Zambrano Nájera
2022 Frontiers in Climate  
It has been proposed a duration-independent rainfall threshold for flash floods in this basin, using a hydrodynamic method that links critical water stages to cumulative rainfall.  ...  Each method uses different indicators, such as accumulated rain, accumulated antecedent rainfall, intensity-duration of the rain event, maximum cumulative or cumulative rainfall depth for a specific duration  ...  of risk-taking and the expected cost of potentially hazardous floods.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fclim.2022.787042 fatcat:7esjxur5g5favikt3drvzc4glm

Linking the Remote Sensing of Geodiversity and Traits Relevant to Biodiversity—Part II: Geomorphology, Terrain and Surfaces

Angela Lausch, Michael E. Schaepman, Andrew K. Skidmore, Sina C. Truckenbrodt, Jörg M. Hacker, Jussi Baade, Lutz Bannehr, Erik Borg, Jan Bumberger, Peter Dietrich, Cornelia Gläßer, Dagmar Haase (+23 others)
2020 Remote Sensing  
This contribution provides a state-of-the-art review for the RS-based monitoring of these characteristics and traits, by presenting examples of aeolian, fluvial, and coastal landforms.  ...  , air- and spaceborne RS technologies, geomorphic traits, and data science approaches as crucial components for a better understanding of the geomorphic impacts on complex ecosystems.  ...  [211] used topographic LiDAR to map the flood hazard from storm-surge events for Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island in Canada.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12223690 fatcat:tlzccauqivacbcskrygfonuxni
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