2005

Geo-information for Disaster Management

ISBN: 978-3-540-24988-7 (Print) 978-3-540-27468-1 (Online)

Table of contents (98 chapters)

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  1. Plenary Contributions

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      Orchestra: Developing a Unified Open Architecture for Risk Management Applications

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      Pages 19-33

      Laser Scanning Applications on Disaster Management

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      Pages 35-50

      Big Brother or Eye in the Sky? Legal Aspects of Space-Based Geo-Information for Disaster Management

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      Pages 51-56

      ICT for Environmental Risk Management in the EU Research Context

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      Pages 57-66

      Airborne Passive Microwave Radiometry for Emergency Response

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      Pages 67-83

      Flood Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping in Vietnam

  2. Oral Contributions

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      Pages 85-108

      Geo Information Breaks through Sector Think

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      Pages 109-119

      Accurate On-Time Geo-Information for Disaster Management and Disaster Prevention by Precise Airborne Lidar Scanning

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      Pages 121-128

      Methodology for Making Geographic Information Relevant to Crisis Management

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      Pages 129-153

      The Value of Gi4DM for Transport & Water Management

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      Pages 155-170

      A Case Study in Multiagency GIS for Managing a Large-Scale Natural Disaster

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      Pages 171-179

      User-Oriented Provision of Geo-Information in Disaster Management: Potentials of Spatial Data Infrastructures considering Brandenburg/Germany as an Example

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      Pages 181-189

      PEGASUS: A Future Tool for Providing Near Real-Time High Resolution Data for Disaster Management

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      Pages 191-214

      Disaster Management: The Challenges for a National Geographic Information Provider

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      Pages 215-228

      CNES Research and Development and Available Software in the Framework of Space-Images Based Risk and Disaster Management

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      Pages 229-253

      A Decision Support System for Preventive Evacuation of People

  3. Poster contributions

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      Pages 255-267

      Considering Elevation Uncertainty for Managing Probable Disasters

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      Pages 269-280

      Emergency Preparedness System for the Lower Mekong River Basin: A Conceptual Approach Using Earth Observation and Geomatics

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      Pages 281-293

      Framing Spatial Decision-Making and Disaster Management in Time

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      Pages 295-304

      Disaster Monitoring Based on Portable Terminal for Real-Time RADARSAT-1 Data Acquisition

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