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FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING ALONG THE PROPOSED DIKE SYSTEM OF THE CAGAYAN DE ORO RIVER: THE SENDONG SCALE FLOOD
Lo, D. S.Taat, J.Lapure, C. A. P.Paduganan, A. A. O.LAMPARAS, G.Baculio, K. M.
In recent years, Cagayan de Oro has experienced the damaging impacts of flooding. In December 2011, Tropical Storm Sendong (Washi) caused the most devastating flood in the city’s...
Flood Vulnerability among Rural Households in the Red River Delta of Vietnam: Implications for Future Climate Change Risk and Adaptation
McElwee, P.Nghiem, T.Le, H.Vu, H.
Abstract The Red River Delta (RRD) of Vietnam, one of the world’s most densely populated deltas, is already vulnerable to flooding events, and climate change forecasts project in...
Flood mapping in the lower Mekong River Basin using daily MODIS observations
Fayne, J. V.Bolten, J. D.Doyle, C. S.Fuhrmann, S.Rice, M. T.Houser, P. R.Lakshmi, V.
In flat homogenous terrain such as in Cambodia and Vietnam, the monsoon season brings significant and consistent flooding between May and November. To monitor flooding in the Lower...
Evaluation of Flooding in Sg Gita Catchment, Kuching
Mah, D. Y. S.Hii, C. P.Ong, C. Y.Pui, Y.
This paper outlines a methodology of flow routing with inclusion of downstream river water level applied to a Sg Gita urbanized catchment beside Sg Sarawak in Kuching city, Sarawak...
Landslide Dam Outburst Flood in Chin Hill, Myanmar
Bajracharya, S. R.Maharjan, S. B.
Heavy rainfall (480 mm) on 16 July 2015 triggered a huge landslide (DGSE and GDKU, 2016) that dammed the Tui Lam Lui River approximately 52 km upstream of Yazagyo Dam near Hangken ...
Investigation of the Landslide Dam in Chin Hill, Myanmar, 15 July 2016
Bajracharya, S. R.Maharjan, S. B.
Heavy rainfall (480mm) on 16 July 2015 triggered a huge landslide (DGSE and GDKU, 2016) that dammed the Tui Lam Lui River approximately 52 km upstream of Yazagyo Dam near Hangken V...
Case Studies in insurance Effectiveness_Some insights into costs and benefits
Risk insurance has been advocated as a practice that has high potential to provide climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction benefits. However, there is very limited ev...
Tsunami Hazard Analysis of Future Megathrust Sumatra Earthquakes in Padang, Indonesia Using Stochastic Tsunami Simulation
Muhammad, A.Goda, K.Alexander, N.
This study assesses the tsunami hazard potential in Padang, Indonesia probabilistically using a novel stochastic tsunami simulation method. The stochastic tsunami simulation is con...
Typhoon Haiyan's sedimentary record in coastal environments of the Philippines and its palaeotempestological implications
Brill, D.May, S. M.Engel, M.Reyes, M.Pint, A.Opitz, S.Brückner, H.
On 8 November 2013, category 5 Supertyphoon Haiyan made landfall on the Philippines. During a posttyphoon survey in February 2014, Haiyan-related sand deposition and morphological ...
Preliminary Results of Anthropogenic Seismicity Monitoring in the Region of Song Tranh 2 Reservoir, Central Vietnam
Wiszniowski, J.Van Giang, N.Plesiewicz, B
Song Tranh 2 hydropower plant and the reservoir containing backed up water are located in the Quang Nam province (Central Vietnam). The region experiences unusual seismic activity ...
Prediction of maximum earthquake magnitude for northern Vietnam region based on the gev distribution
Hoan, V. T.N. T. LuM. RodkinN. H. TuyenP. T. T. HangT. V. Phuong
The present work is a continuation and improvement of the application of the generalized extreme value distribution to study the seismicity of the Southeast Asia. We have applied t...
The December 2012 Mayo River debris flow triggered by Super Typhoon Bopha in Mindanao, Philippines: Lessons learned and questions raised
K. S. RodolfoA. M. F. LagmayR. C. EcoT. M. L. HerreroJ. E. MendozaL. G. MinimoJ. T. Santiago
Category 5 Super Typhoon Bopha, the world's worst storm of 2012, formed abnormally close to the Equator, and its landfall on Mindanao set the record proximity to the Equator for it...
Simulation of potentially catastrophic landslide tsunami in North West Borneo Trough
Koh, H. L.Tan, W. K.Teh, S. Y.Chai, M. F.
Seismic–tectonic activity and sedimentary instability processes can generate submarine landslides that seriously damage seafloor infrastructures and generate large destructive ts...
A dynamic decision support system based on geographical information and mobile social networks: A model for tsunami risk mitigation in Padang, Indonesia
Ai, F.Comfort, L. K.Dong, Y.Znati, T.
In coastal cities, population and property are concentrated in small areas, with abundant resources and convenient transportation, but also with potential tsunami risk, as shown by...