Geohazards


Trainings - PanAfGeo Education & Training Corinth Rift Laboratory The Corinth Rift Laboratory (CRL-NFO; 21.35°E-22.5°E; 38°N-38.65°N) is centered between the cities of Patras to the west and Aigion to the east. It is one of the most seismically active zones in Europe. EPOS TCS community Trainings - CRL School 2017 Applications - Volcanic Hazards Trainings - CRL School 2018 Applications - Landslides Analysis Trainings - EO4SD Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia, June 18th-21st, 2019 Trainings - UGeohaz U-Geohaz training course Athens, Greece, June 3rd-4th, 2019 Terrain Motion Demo GEP services in the EOSC Marketplace TRE ALTAMIRA - Displacement Monitoring services GEP Portal user interface - Q&A This category is dedicated to questions and answers about the GEP Portal user interface, including user feedback and user discussions on the usage of the Portal features. Trainings - IGME - Geological Survey of Spain As part of the 2019 continuous training programme of the Geological Survey of Spain (IGME), a 25-hour course on “Introduction to radar interferometry (InSAR) to measure ground deformation” will be held at the IGME’s headquarters in Madrid from 16th to 20th December. The course content includes the introduction to some tools and services of the Geohazards Exploitation Platform (GEP), such as Diapason and the FASTVEL service developed by TRE-Altamira for generating differential interferograms and PSI-based mean displacement velocity maps Trainings - CRL School 2019 This space is used for exchanges at the CRL school 2019 about the Geohazards Exploitation Platform. CNRS EOST - Horizontal ground displacements As part of the ESA funding for GEP, team at EOST (Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre) have already integrated two processing services on GEP. You can read more on the GEP blog, from the following posts: Trainings - Unitar / Uganda workshop The increasing number and intensity of natural disasters in the past few years have had severe consequences in terms of human lives that were impacted, but also in terms of structural damage and economic losses. In years to come, extreme events will no longer be exceptions. Uganda is regularly affected by multiple natural hazards, including droughts, earthquakes, floods, landslides, and volcanoes. Flooding, particularly in low-lying areas, presents the largest risk. Each year, floods impact nearly 50,000 people and over $62 million in gross domestic product. Climate change is likely to increase average temperatures in Uganda up to 1.5 degrees Centigrade by 2030 and 4.3 degrees Centigrade by 2080. Rainfall variability and rising temperatures are expected to lead to higher incidences of droughts, water scarcity but also extreme weather related events which will likely increase population exposure to hydro-meteorological disasters such as heavy rainfall, floods and landslides (GFDRR 2017). ESA community Applications - Seismic Hazards Applications - Land Subsidence CNR IREA - SBAS Ground Motion Services
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