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Session Number


Author, Organisation


ME 1

Early thermal infrared Warning to strong Earthquake and Tsunami: An Example from the Indian Ocean in 2004

Z. Qiang et al.,
Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration

ME 2

Long-term Monitoring of Earthquake Precursor Phenomena

A. Kopf,
Research Centre Ocean Margins, University of Bremen, Germany

ME 3

An Early Warning System is Needed for Earthquake Disaster Mitigation in Syria: Detecting and monitoring the active Faulting Zones along the Afro-Arabian-Syrian Rift System

M. Dalati,
General Organization of Remote Sensing, Office of Natural Disaster Management, Syria

ME 4

ALISE: An Alert and Information System for Earthquakes in Germany

M. Henger et al.,
Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, Germany

ME 5

Increasing Preparedness for Fluvial Floods: The Development of an European Flood Alert System

J. Thielen et al.,
European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy

ME 6

Satellite remote sensing-based Fire Danger Rating System to support Forest and Land Fire Management in Indonesia

O. Roswintiarti &
M.R. Khomarudin,
Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space

ME 7

International and real-time Observation of Krakatau volcanic Activity: Preliminary Results

T. Warsito,
University of Lampung, Indonesia

ME 8

MunicRe GeoRiscResearch "Hurricane Risks"

E. Faust,
MunichRe Foundation, Germany

MH 1

The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS): A Cornerstone for Monitoring Systems enabling Early Warning

M. Rothacher et al.,
GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology and Seismological Laboratory, University of Nevada, USA

MH 2

Taking Advantage of space-based Technologies in the Implementation of Early Warning Systems

D. Stevens &
S. Camacho,
United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, Austria

MH 3

Effectiveness of Satellite Products for rapid Risk Mapping: Proven Approach of the International Charter "Space and Major Disasters"

J.-L. Bessis,
National Centre for Spatial Affairs, France

MH 4

Information Exchange for Multi-hazard Incident Notifications

R. Iannella,
National ICT Australia

MH 5

Interoperability in the Context of Marine Geosensor Networks

C. Waldmann et al.,
University of Bremen, Germany

MH 6

METEORISK and EMMA: Two European Projects for Extreme Weather Warnings

M. Staudinger,
Regionalstelle für Salzburg und Oberösterreich, Austria

MH 7

WMO global operational Network in Support of Multi-Hazard Early Warning Systems

M. Golnaraghi,
World Meteorological Organisation

MH 8

Climate Observation Network for Early Warning Systems in Western South America

J.L. Camacho,
International Research Centre on the El Niño Phenomenon, Ecuador

MH 9

Multi-hazard Early Warning for Impact Assessment in Food Crisis Prevention Processes

A. di Vecchia &
V. Tarchiani et al.,
National Research Council, Institute for Biometeorology, Italy

MH 10

Global Monitoring of Humanitarian Disasters

D. al Khudhairy,
European Commission Joint Research Centre

MH 11

Country and local Warning Systems

N. Stathurova,
Telegrafia Inc., Slovak Republic


Developing Global Hazard Preparedness

L. Stanbrough,
Benfield Hazard Research Centre, United Kingdom


European Research Policy on Early Warning of naturally and human-induced Disasters

K. Fabbri & G. Weets,
Directorate General Information Society and Media, Unit ICT for the Environment, European Commission


Mainstreaming Early Warning of Hazards and Conflicts

U. Oswald-Spring &
H.G. Brauch,
National Independent University of Mexico & Freie Universität Berlin, Germany


Responsibilities and Bureaucracies as Hurdles to community-based Early Warning Initiatives

D. de Vries,
Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA


Early Warning Systems in Indigenous Communities in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

X. Moya,
United Nations Development Programme, Mexico


Effective Early Warning: A people-centred Approach to make Communities safer

H. Letz,
Department of Disaster Preparedness and Response, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies


Natural Disaster and its Emergency Response in Shanghai and Eastern China

T. Xu & Y. Zhaoguo,
Shanghai Meteorological Bureau, China


Bridging the Gaps between Early Warning and Quick Action: Experiences from the Practices of reducing and mitigating Typhoon Disasters in Shanghai

M. Xu,
Shanghai Typhoon Institute, Shanghai Meteorological Bureau, China


Vulnerability of Structures of Logistics in Food Trade

U. Platz,
Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung, Germany

PPE 10

OK-GIS: Open Disaster Management with Open Source GIS based on Spatial Data Infrastructures

A. Zipf et al.,
University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Germany

PPE 11

Communicating Early Flood Warnings to the Public using Interactive Maps and the Internet

F. Basic,
School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences, RMIT University, Australia

PPE 12

Flood Early Warning System Mozambique

T. Loster,
MunichRe Foundation, Germany

PPE 13

Early Warning: The critical Element to mitigate the Effects of Natural Disasters

A. Avidan,
MadahCom, Inc., USA

P 1

Automatic local Weather Warning System (ALWWS)

K. Brandt,
Donnerwetter GmbH, Germany

P 2

Cartography and Geoinformatics for Early Warning

M. Konecny,
President, International Cartographic Association, Czech Republic

P 3

Community Networks for the Prevention of Disasters

G. Bolaños,
National Commission for Risk Reduction and Emergency Attention, Costa Rica

P 4

People-centred area-specific Flood Warning System: Improving Communication of and Community Responses to Flood Warnings

M.S. Rahman,
Bangladesh Disaster Preparedness Centre

P 5

Building Tornado Warning System for Bangladesh

E. Tsunozaki,
Asian Disaster Reduction Centre

P 6

Building the Resilience of Communities to Disasters in Pakistan

S. Aschour,
Islamic Relief Germany

P 7

Flood Warning System as a Sector of an integrated Flood Action Plan in Imamzade Davood Basin, Province of Tehran

J. Vatanfada & F. Avarideh,
Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Energy, Iran

P 8

Drought Assessment and Monitoring for the ECO Region using Satellite Data

I. Moradi,
Iran Meteorological Organization

P 9

Monitoring weather-related Threats to Food Security in Ecuador

G. Hyman,
International Centre for Tropical Agriculture

P 10

Star & Caring Wings: An Early Warning System for Forest Fire Smoke Impacts

M. Statheropoulos &
D. Diagourtas,
National Technical University of Athens, Greece

P 11

Master Plan concerning seismic Risk Assessment, Mitigation and Early Warning in the Hatay Province, Turkey on the Basis of Microzonation, Vulnerability and Preparedness Studies

E.M. Geenen &
D.H. Lang,
Institute for Socio-economic and Cultural International Analysis, Germany