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Carl Wilson
Ordnance Survey
OFFICAL
NATURAL HAZARDS
PARTNERSHIP
The aims of the Natural Hazards
Partnership (NHP)
• to deliver:
– a forum for the exchange of knowledge, ideas,
expertise,...
Hazard Impact Model
Adding the Impact – who and what is affected
Identification of receptors –
people, property, infrastru...
Hazard Impact Model
Hazard Impact Model – 3 priority hazards
- Surface Water Flooding (CEH)
- High Winds (MO)
- Landslides...
Surface Water Flooding Hazard Impact Model
Updated Flood Map
for Surface Water
UFMfSW (EA)
Hazard
Footprint
Based on G2G
s...
Wind Hazard Impact Model
Proof of concept - Vehicle Overturning (VOT) Model
Probabilistic model uses MOGREPS-UK ensembles:...
www.metoffice.gov.uk/nhp
Carlstjohn.wilson@os.uk
OFFICAL
NATURAL HAZARDS
PARTNERSHIP
Natural Hazards Partnership | Carl Wilson
Natural Hazards Partnership | Carl Wilson
Natural Hazards Partnership | Carl Wilson
Natural Hazards Partnership | Carl Wilson
Natural Hazards Partnership | Carl Wilson
Natural Hazards Partnership | Carl Wilson
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Presentation about the Natural Hazards Partnership, its aims, and the Hazard Impact Model. Presented by Carl Wilson from Ordnance Survey at the Flood Resilience Discovery Day in Bristol on 27 February 2015.

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Natural Hazards Partnership | Carl Wilson

  1. 1. Carl Wilson Ordnance Survey OFFICAL NATURAL HAZARDS PARTNERSHIP
  2. 2. The aims of the Natural Hazards Partnership (NHP) • to deliver: – a forum for the exchange of knowledge, ideas, expertise, intelligence and best practice in matters relating to natural hazards; – a common and consistent source of advice to government and emergency responders for civil contingencies and disaster response; – an environment for the development of coordinated multi-hazard products and services.
  3. 3. Hazard Impact Model Adding the Impact – who and what is affected Identification of receptors – people, property, infrastructure Estimation of vulnerability Modelling of Impact
  4. 4. Hazard Impact Model Hazard Impact Model – 3 priority hazards - Surface Water Flooding (CEH) - High Winds (MO) - Landslides (BGS)
  5. 5. Surface Water Flooding Hazard Impact Model Updated Flood Map for Surface Water UFMfSW (EA) Hazard Footprint Based on G2G surface runoff Hazard Impact Outputs Impact Library (HSL) National Receptor Dataset (EA) National Population Database (HSL) Ensemble rainfall forecasts (MO) Other impact datasets … Delivery of: - Proof of concept SWF HIM for testing & initial verification work - Research report proposing methodology for operational SWF HIM
  6. 6. Wind Hazard Impact Model Proof of concept - Vehicle Overturning (VOT) Model Probabilistic model uses MOGREPS-UK ensembles: runs in real-time – used for NSWWS Prototype Models – Bridges and Camping Ongoing work - Wind Impacts on Buildings Improve Wind Hazard Modelling Verification of Hazard Impact Model
  7. 7. www.metoffice.gov.uk/nhp Carlstjohn.wilson@os.uk OFFICAL NATURAL HAZARDS PARTNERSHIP

Presentation about the Natural Hazards Partnership, its aims, and the Hazard Impact Model. Presented by Carl Wilson from Ordnance Survey at the Flood Resilience Discovery Day in Bristol on 27 February 2015.

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