NRAL Seminar. May’2011

NRAL Seminar, May 14, 2011, 10:00–18:00, Room: 1801, Peter Koltermann.

Peter Koltermann

Peter Koltermann


Objectives:

To review progress of the NRAL work, its Work Packages, and to specify the preliminary major blocks of the deliverables.

To identify work for the next six months, including responsibilities and preliminary time frames for the provision of deliverables.

To indicate areas where the co-operation between the WPs is essential and to discuss steps to initiate/improve this co-operation.

Agenda
Item
Speakers Topic Presentations
Intro P. Koltermann Risk Assessment of Ocean-related Extreme Events in the Coastal Zone intro_peter
WP 1 S.Dobroliubov,
E.Kulikov,
V.Arkhipkin
Regional Ocean, modelling, storm surges, waves WP1
WP 2 N.Alexeevski (presented by
I.Krylenko),
O.Zolina (presented by
S.Gulev)
Precipitation and hydrology Hydrological block: Risks of the hazardous hydrological processes (HHP) in the environmental and economic coastal zones WP2_1,
wp2-zolina
A.Shnyparkov Natural risk assessment (snow avalanches, debris flows, snowfalls and others). WP2_2
Baburin Estimation of damages for coastal constructions of the Black and Azov seas WP2_2
WP 4 M.Lychagin Assessment of the responses of the seashores to the extreme events WP4_1
A.Alyautdinov GIS Support WP4_gis
WP 3 S.Gulev,
A.Gavrikov,
N.Tilinina
Remote signals, mechanisms, regional analysis of extremes, links to hydrological cycle wp3-GULEV,
WP3_gavrikov,
WP3_tilinina
A. Kislov Conribution of Department of Meteorology&Climatology WP3_kislov
WP 5 V.Semenov (presented by
S.Gulev)
Model projections and climate model experimentation for identification of mechanisms wp5_summary
WP 6 N.Smirnov Risk latent factors (value-at-risk) analysis for extremal phenomena in coastal zones WP6
Discussion
and
further
steps
S.Dobroliubov,
S.Gulev
Stating priorities, requirements, communication etc.

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