First IUGG GRC Conference on Extreme Natural Hazards and Their Impacts - FORIN Workshop
13 September 2012 08:15

Dear Colleagues, Partners and Collaborators,

The First IUGG GRC Conference on Extreme Natural Hazards and Their Impacts  will be held on Chapman University campus during 8-12 December, 2012. Please submit your abstract, for list of scientific sessions and detailed information here.

The deadline for the abstract submission is extended until September 30, 2012

In conjunction with the conference, Forensic Investigations of Disasters (FORIN) working group will hold a workshop. 

The FORIN workshop will be devoted to developing an awareness of the FORIN initiative of IRDR  for attendees at the Annual Meeting of the IUGG.

The FORIN approach to disaster research strives to address the problematic gaps that exist between the knowledge base on disasters developed over the last 40 years and the lack of progress in policies and practices of disaster management through four basic strategies: critical cause analysis, longitudinal analysis, meta-analysis and disaster scenarios.

 

Related News & Events
30 September 2022 14:38
The authors investigated the current status and trends of research conducted in the field of climate change and health, and summarized future research priorities based on the expert discussion and recommendation in the three high-level forums/workshops.
06 September 2022 14:53
Join this session to discuss on harnessing technologies, data and knowledge for risk reduction. 14:00-15:30 (Beijing Time, UTC+8), September 8, 2022
29 July 2022 10:40
CBAS is initiating this consultation to seek expert advice on the idea of a global project working towards improving recognition, visibility and accessibility of Digital Public Goods to improve global evaluation and assessment of SDG indicators.
Disclaimer of use | Privacy Policy | Terms of use | Contact us |
Copyright 2019 Integrated Research on Disaster Risk. All rights reserved.
+86 10 8217 8917
Room B713, No.9 Dengzhuangnan Rd., Beijing China 100094