3 edition of Regional-Scale Risk Assessment found in the catalog.
July 26, 2004
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Flood risk assessment at the regional scale: Computational challenges and the monster of uncertainty (1) EGU General Assembly , Vienna, Austria, April Session HS/NH Hydroclimatic extremes under change: advancing the science and implementation in hazard prevention and control. The paper proposes a methodology for quantitative landslide risk assessment for regional-scale analysis. Each component of risk, i.e., hazard, vulnerability, and consequence analysis, is quantitatively assessed. The developed landslide risk assessment methodology is tested in Kumluca watershed, in Bartın, Turkey. Geographic information systems and remote Cited by:
Rockfall hazard and risk assessments along roads at a regional scale: example in Swiss Alps. C. Michoud et al. Viewed. Total article views: 3, (including HTML, PDF, and XML) Landslide hazard and risk assessment at different scales. Download. Citation. BibTeX; EndNote; by: Application examples at city and regional scale have provided the necessary validation of the methodology and are also included in the book. The present volume, with its companion volume on fragility functions, represent a significant step forward in the seismic vulnerability and risk assessment of complex interacting urban and regional systems.
It introduces the fields of ecological risk assessment (ERA) and economic analysis and discusses their application to the practice of watershed management. The book presents a general framework for the integration of ERA and economic analysis to improve environmental management in a diversity of watersheds. Provide regional-scale, spatially explicit information on the extent and distribution of both stressors and sensitive resources. Develop and evaluate techniques to integrate information on exposure and effects so that relative risk can be assessed and management actions can be prioritized.
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Regional Scale Ecological Risk Assessment: Using the Relative Risk Model (Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment Book 4) - Kindle edition by Landis, Wayne G., Landis, Wayne G. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Regional Scale Ecological Risk 5/5(1). As debates over how relative risk can be used to shape landscape-scale environmental management intensify, Regional-Scale Risk Assessment demonstrates the capabilities of RRM using nine case studies in the Pacific Northwest, Pennsylvania, Brazil, and Tasmania.5/5(1).
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Regional Scale Ecological Risk Assessment: Using the Relative Risk Model - CRC Press Book As debates over how relative risk can be used to shape landscape-scale environmental management intensify, Regional-Scale Risk Assessment demonstrates the capabilities of RRM using nine case studies in the Pacific Northwest, Pennsylvania, Brazil, and Tasmania.
Introduction, Introdcution to the Regional Risk Assessment Using the Relative Risk Model, Interactions among Risk Assessors, Decision Makers, and Stakeholders at the Regional Scale, Application of the Relative Risk Model to Fjord of Port Valdez, Alaska, Application of the Relative Risk Model to the Upper Willamette River and Lower McKenzie River, Oregon, Cited by: for regional scale study (iveRson et alii, ).
In this paper, we perform a societal and economic risk assessment for debris flows at the regional scale, for lower Valtellina, Northern Italy. We apply a simple empirical debris-flow model, FLOW-R, which couples a probabilistic flow routing algorithm with an energy.
Regional Scale Assessment. Assessment of the risk to lifelines such as water supply, telecommunication and road networks helps manage the risk, through prioritisation and. "Regional Scale Ecological Risk Assessment: Using the Relative Risk Model is a collaborative summary and guidebook of the development, methods, and application of the Relative Risk Model (RRM) to meet the need for regional assessments with multiple stressors from diverse sources and numerous desired endpoints.
Get this from a library. Regional scale ecological risk assessment: using the relative risk model. [Wayne G Landis; CRC Press.;] -- "As debates over how relative risk can be used to shape landscape-scale environmental management intensify, Regional-Scale Risk Assessment demonstrates the capabilities of RRM using nine case studies.
Book: Regional scale ecological risk assessment: using the relative risk model pp pp. Abstract: This book, which contains 13 chapters, is a collaborative summary and guidebook of the development, methods, and application of the Relative Risk Model (RRM) to meet the need for regional assessments with multiple stressors from Cited by: Regional Scale ecological risk assessments of multiple sources, stressors and diverse ecosystems that address multiple social and ecological endpoints, have been undertaken internationally at different spatial scales using the relative-risk model since the mid ' by: Abstract.
The risk due to natural hazards is usually assessed in physical terms by estimating the losses they may cause. Nevertheless, the risk assessment can involve other aspects like the lack of economic and social development, management deficiencies and inability of the society to respond and recover in case of a hazard event.
Engineering Tools for Environmental Risk Management 3. Site Assessment and Monitoring Tools. By This is the third volume of the five-volume book series “Engineering Tools for Environmental Risk Management”.
The book series deals with the following topics: Advanced procedures at the regional scale: radon risk assessment A Framework Proposal for Regional-Scale Flood-Risk Assessment of Cultural Heritage Sites and Application to the Castile and León Region (Central Spain).
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Author: Julio Garrote, Andrés Díez-Herrero, Cristina Escudero, Inés García. A methodology for regional-scale flood risk assessment B. Gouldby, P.
Sayers, J. Mulet-Marti, M. Hassan and D. Benwell PISA design model for monopiles for offshore wind turbines: application to a marine sandCited by: Risk assessment for spatially-distributed infrastructures, such as road networks and buried pipeline systems, requires (1) the identification of the main properties of critical components of the infrastructure, their failure mechanisms, and the associated vulnerability models; (2) the acquisition of the underlying data complementary to the infrastructure (e.g., the soil.
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Rumbold D.G. () Regional-Scale Ecological Risk Assessment of Mercury in the Everglades and South Florida. In: Rumbold D., Pollman C., Axelrad D. (eds) Mercury and the Everglades.
A Synthesis and Model for Complex Ecosystem : Darren G. Rumbold. We are using the relative risk model (RRM) for ecological risk assessment developed by Wiegers, Landis, and colleagues to combine multiple Stressors and receptors in a regional context.
The first step in the RRM process is the establishment of assessment endpoints for the particular area and the placement of the endpoints in the landscape.
Ecological risk assessment at the regional scale. Ecol. App. Grier, J. Modeling approaches to bald eagle population dynamics.
Wildl. This special issue is to describe recent research advances in this context: development of regional-scale risk assessment methods and indicators, including water quality trends at the scale of the surface water / groundwater body, megasite approaches and, more specifically, methodologies specifically devoted to risk management and remediation.EPA/KC April Air Toxics Risk Assessment Reference Library Volume 3 Community-Scale Assessment Prepared by: ICF Consulting Fairfax, Virginia Prepared for: Nona Smoke, Project Officer Office of Policy Analysis and Review Contract No.
EP-D Work Assignments No., and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Regional Vulnerability Assessment Pro- gram (REVA) is designed to develop and demonstrate approaches to identify the ecosystems at the greatest risk from regional population growth and economic activity (Smith, ).
A region is a multi-state area involving many metropolitan areas, drainage basins.