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10102010 basic hazard management 10102010 basic hazard management Presentation Transcript

  • BASIC HAZARD MANAGEMENT (georges_radjou_wb@hotmail.com)
  • ASSUMPTION: HAZARDS LIKE A PROCESS [Hazard Black Box] Feed-backs Regulations GS RADJOU Amplifications Think about the 1°-2°celsius temperature increases in 2100 There will be lots of changes in various fields of human activities, beyond that 1°-2° celsius temperature increase WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES WORLD OF UNCERTAINTIES
  • ALREADY PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS : FLOOD MANAGEMENT SEISMIC INFRASTRUCTURE CRISIS MANAGEMENT: STRIKE, DISEASES ..... ETC. View slide
  • Flood Consultant Flood plain regulations Building standards and codes workers Time FLOOD RISK DRIVERS IN FLOOD MANAGEMENT (Venn diagramme) FLOOD RISKS Gs RADJOU View slide
  • Building standards and codes B U I L D I N G Question: is there enough standards And codes L A W M A K E R S Building standards and codes B U I L D I N G WORKER AND TIME INFLUENCES HAZARD MECHANISM (AT EQUILIRIUM) - Illustration with a water hazard - GS RADJOU Mimetic framework models for hazard mechanism
  • HAZARD TYPES IN GS RADJOU SIMULATIONS WITH OTHER CASES FROM
  • SOURCES OF RISKS AND COMMON IMPACTS GS RADJOU Source: orga nigram adapted from encyclopedia of geography Risk geography
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