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naturalhazards-2019

About Conference

Conference Series llc LTD invites all the scholars, researchers  from all over the world to attend and present their respective scientific research at “3rd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management” held during May 15-16, 2019 at Singapore  which includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Delegate views and Exhibitions. 

Natural Hazards Congress 2019 is organized with the theme Significance of Early warning systems and Risk Management Strategies

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Natural Hazards Congress 2019 is a global platform to discuss and learn about  factors, causes and consequences of Natural hazards ,Disaster Risk Reduction strategies and its associated fields of Geosciences,  Coastal Geography,   Geographic Information & Remote sensing, Alarming alerts and Early warning systems, Floodway Analysis, Disaster risk Management. At present, the current scenario of the Natural Hazards and Disaster Management is at alarming levels in the fields of Natural Hazards, Disaster Management and Environmental sciences. The present studies and research trend is of particular significance because most of it is very likely natural occurrence, human induced and proceeding at a rate that is unprecedented rates.  Research on disaster and its reduction management policies, other technological advances have enabled scientists to collect different types of information about its origin, causes, vulnerability , Resilience, Public awareness on a global scale.

Why to attend?         

People from around the world are looking forward to build an Eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable building, designed, constructed and operated to minimise the total environmental impacts. It provides a premier technical forum for reporting and learning about the latest research and development, as well as for launching new applications and technologies and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs towards Natural Hazards and Disaster Management. World-renowned speakers, scientists, researchers with the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Natural Hazards & Disaster Management are hallmarks of this conference. So we take an initiation to gather researchers from around the world at a single stage to discuss the Environmental concerns, causes, parameters, Risk assessment ,  vulnerability , Resilience, Public awareness on the Natural Hazards and Disaster Management and strategy to reduce the loss affected by Natural Hazards for the environmental sustainability . We assure 3rd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management is going to build a new enthusiasm among the people on importance of Environmental Hazardous Risk Management strategies.

Summary:

It was essential that we look at Disaster Management, Natural Hazards from the development angle. Despite the fact that disaster policies is apparent that proper mechanisms for Disaster awareness and means of disaster recovery are essential.  It targets on integrating the principles of sustainable development into national policies and programs, and reversing the loss of environmental resources can never be achieved without giving due emphasis to effective disaster management strategies. It points out, there is a need for disaster and risk reduction to be an essential part of the broader concerns of sustainable development and hence the need to make sure that risk assessments and vulnerability reduction measures are taken into account in different fields, such as environmental management, poverty reduction and financial management.

Sessions / Tracks

Conference Series llc LTD welcomes you to attend the 3rd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management held during May 15-16, 2019 at Singapore which includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Delegate views and Exhibitions. We cordially invite all the participants interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the arena of Natural Hazards and Disaster Management.

Natural Hazards Congress-2019 provides a platform for researchers/scientists to share and globalize their research work while the participants from industry can promote their products thus felicitating dissemination of knowledge. We anticipate more than 300 participants around the globe with thought provoking keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of related journals. The scope of Natural Hazards Congress -2018 is to bring the advancements in the field of Natural Hazards and Disaster Management related to Environmental sciences with the theme of “Significance of Early warning systems and risk management strategies” .

Track 1 Geosciences

It is the science that deals with origin, evolution, structure, composition and behavior of Earth's landscapes, places and environments. It includes the studies of assessing environmental studies, spatial studies and satellite events. It is an applied science concerned with the practical application of the principles of geology in the solving of environmental problems. It includes Hydrogeology, Environmental Mineralogy, Hydro geochemistry, Soil Mechanics. The fundamentals concepts of environmental geology are Human population growth, Sustainability, Earth as a system, Hazardous earth processes which involves geologic hazards, natural resources, and topical issues of concern to society such as climate change and provides sound advice about how humanity can live responsibly and sustainably on Earth. Environmental geology applies geologic information to the solution, prediction and study of geologic problems such as Earth materials, Natural hazards, Landscape evaluation, Environmental impact analysis and remediation. Forces within the Earth create mountain ranges and ocean basins and drive the movements of continents. Wind, water and ice shapes the surface of the Earth, making and changing the landscapes.

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Geological Society of London , American Geophysical Union , Asia Oceania Geosciences Society , International Union of Geological Sciences.

Track 2 Coastal Geography

Coastal geography is the study of the dynamic interface between the ocean and the land, incorporating both the physical geography (i.e. coastal geomorphology, geology and oceanography) and the human geography  of the coast. It involves an understanding of coastal weathering  processes, particularly wave action, sediment movement and weather, wave action and longshore drift, Sealevel changes(eustatic change), Land level changes (isostatic change),Coastal landforms.

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World Meteorological Organization ,Union of International Associations Environmental Protection Agency Storm Water Management Model ,International Geographical union on coastal  systems .

Track 3  Geological disasters and Earthquakes

Natural disaster occured due to geological  disturbances often caused by shifts in tectonic plates  and seismic activity. Seismology is the study of earthquakes and seismic waves which were caused by the sudden breaking of rock within the earth or an explosion. They are the energy that travels through the earth and is recorded on seismographs. GIS helps to manage the impact of Earthquakes and other disasters by assessing risk and hazard locations in relation to populations, property, and natural resources, Integrating data and enabling understanding of the scope of an emergency to manage an incident and identifying staging area locations, operational branches and divisions, and other important incident management needs. Paleo-seismologyVolcano seismology and infrasound, Tsunamis, Glacier seismicity, Tectonic deformation, Seismotectonics were the realted fields to study the intensity of emergency preparedness towards geological disasters.

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Track 4 Meteorological Hazards

These are hazards caused by extreme weather  like rain, drought, snow, extreme heat or cold, ice, or wind. Violent ,sudden and to destructive damage  the environment affecting the earth’s atmosphere , especially the weather-forming  processes.

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International Environmental Communication AssociationGeological Society of London, American Geophysical UnionIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Track 5  Health disasters and Epidemics

The relationship between natural disasters and communicable diseases is frequently misconstrued. The availability of safe water and sanitation facilities, the degree of crowding, the underlying health status of the population, and the availability of healthcare services all interact within the context of the local disease ecology to influence the risk for communicable diseases and death in the affected population. Risk Factors for Communicable Disease Transmission, Communicable Diseases Associated with Natural Disasters(Water-related Communicable Diseases, Diseases Associated with Crowding,,Vectorborne Diseases).

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Environmental Consultants AssociationUnited Nations Environment Programme, International Union of Geodesy and GeophysicsAsia Oceania Geosciences Society, European Geosciences Union

Track 6  Space Disasters

It is defined as man-made or natural harmful conditions. Harmful conditions which cause death, injury, illness, damage to or loss of systems, facilities, equipment or property, damage to the environment. For unmanned systems such as robotic satellites, damages due to non-malicious external causes that translates into degradation or loss of mission. For example unwanted collision of a satellite with another satellite, or with space debris. It includes non-voluntary in nature (design errors, malfunctions, human errors, etc.), security refers to threats which are voluntary (i.e. of aggressive nature such as use of anti-satellite weapons)    

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Ecological Society of America , Environmental Health and Safety Management SystemEnvironmental Studies Association of CanadaEnvironmental Protection Agency

Track 7 Environmental Pollution

Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the environment that causes harmful and toxic effects to living things. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light. Environmental Effects consists of five basic types of pollution air, water, soil, noise and light. Environmental pollution is the contamination of the physical and biological components of the earth to such an extent that normal environmental processes are adversely affected.

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The European Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation,  Union of International Associations, Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Association, Ecological Society of AmericaThe Climate Group ,International Development Association ,The World Bank Nature.

Track 8 Climate Change

Climate change is a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns that change lasts for an extended period of time. It is a long-term hazard which can increase the risk mitigation  of other weather hazards, due to sea level rise leads to habitat destruction. Climate change outcomes can increase in global temperatures include increased risk of drought and increased intensity of  storms . The extreme weather events responsible for natural disasters include: Extreme temperature, high heat waves and Storms including windstorms, hurricanes, high levels of precipitation and associated flooding, associated drought.

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Track 9  Global Warming

Global warming is the defined as gradual increase in the average temperature of the Earth's atmosphere due to change in the Earth’s climate. The increased volumes of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases released by the burning of fossil fuels, land clearing, agriculture, and other human activities, are believed to be the primary sources of the global warming. Changes resulting from global warming may include rising sea levels due to the melting of the polar ice caps, increase in occurrence and severity of storms and other severe weather events leading to natural calamities and disasters.

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Track 10 Ecosystems and Biodiversity

It is an international initiative to draw attention to the global economic benefits of biodiversity. Its objective is to highlight the growing cost of biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation and to draw together expertise from the fields of science, economics and policy to enable practical actions. The report provided evidence for significant global and local economic losses and human welfare impacts due to the ongoing losses of biodiversity and degradation of ecosystems.

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 Track 11  Geographic Information & Remote sensing

It makes  to gather information on unsafe or out of reach zones. We can monitor deforestation in territories, for example, the amazon Basin, glacial features in Arctic and Antarctic areas, and depth sounding of waterfront and sea profundities. Remote sensors gather information by locating the vitality that is reflected from Earth. These sensors might be on satellites or mounted on air ship. Remote sensors might be either passive or active. Passive sensors react to outside jolts. They record radiation that is reflected from Earth's surface. It represents Radio meters, Photo meters, RADAR, LIDAR, Hyper spectral imaging. Space probes to other planets have also provided the opportunity to conduct remote sensing studies in extraterrestrial environments, synthetic aperture radar.

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Track 12 Alarming Alerts and Early Warning Systems

The set of capacities needed to generate and disseminate timely and meaningful warning information to enable individuals, communities and organizations threatened by a hazard to prepare and to act appropriately and in sufficient time to reduce the possibility of harm or loss.  An earthquake warning system is a system of accelerometersseismometerscommunication, computers, and alarms that is devised for regional notification of a substantial earthquake while it is in progress.

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Geological Society of LondonThe International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote SensingThe imaging and Geospatial Information Society  Indian Society of Remote Sensing , American Geophysical Union.

Track 13  Floodway Analysis

Regulatory Floodway means the channel of a river or other watercourse and the adjacent land areas that must be reserved in order to discharge the base flood without cumulatively increasing the water surface elevation more than a designated height  is an unsteady-flow model that has been  used for National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) purposes. Flow programs  helps to determine floodways automatically to account for the loss of floodplain storage and conveyance. Flow model to compute the water-surface elevations for the floodway analysis to account for the loss of floodplain storage.

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Track 14  Disaster Risk Management

Disaster risk reduction is the concept and practice of reducing disaster risks through systematic efforts to analyse and reduce the affects and factors of disasters. Reducing exposure to hazards, lessening vulnerability of people and property wise management of land and the environment, and improving preparedness and early warning for adverse events are all examples of disaster risk reduction. Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) aims to reduce the damage caused by natural hazards like earthquakes, floods, droughts and cyclones, through an ethic of prevention. The governments, agencies, organizations, businesses and civil society understand risk and vulnerability, the better equipped they will be to mitigate disaster.

  • Disaster analysis
  • Disaster monitoring and mitigation
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Risk mitigation and security
  • Community resilience
  • Socio-economic issues
  • Health risk and disaster psychology
  • Case studies
  • Human factors
  • Multi-hazard risk assessment
  • Risk communications
  • Preparedness and training
  • Learning from disasters and man-made disasters

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Market Analysis

Summary of Natural Hazards and Disaster Management conference

Annually Natural Disasters continue to strike and increase in magnitude, complexity, frequency and economic impact. At the same time, awareness of the process and potential benefits of disaster reduction is still confined to specialized circles, and has not yet been adequately communicated to policy makers and the general public. Natural Hazards and Disaster Management is playing an important role to create awareness and providing a platform to share and discuss on different types of Natural Hazards, Significance of Early warning systems and Risk Management strategies. World is looking for Reducing exposure to hazards, lessening vulnerability and property wise management, improving preparedness and early warning for adverse events by disaster risk reduction. Calling for development of a "global culture of prevention" and improved risk assessment, broader monitoring and communication of warnings, the Conference adopted the Natural Hazards and Disaster Management: Guidelines for Natural Disaster PreventionPreparedness and Mitigation and we are organizing the series of Natural Hazards & Disaster Management conferences.

Scope and Importance

Natural Hazards and Disasters, whether they occur in advanced or developing nations, can destroy people's livelihoods. Extreme natural and man-made hazards have recently hit both developed and developing countries. While the Asian countries have been successful in achieving economic growth and poverty reduction, the region cannot avoid exposure to a variety of disasters. Indeed, Asia, particularly the area of the ASEAN Member States (AMSs), is the most prone region to disasters in the world. Natural Disasters pose negative effects on social structures, environment by disrupting the flows of goods and services, worsening the balance of payments and government budgets, derailing economic growth, income distribution, and poverty reduction. The current scientific sessions notify the  mitigate damage arising from disasters, both in terms of the number of human casualties and economic impacts, and preparedness, importance of advance preparations, drawing up emergency plans, disseminating and training emergency knowledge, conducting evacuation drills, constructing early warning systems, and investing in infrastructure and reconstruction efforts, capacity building programs for disaster preparedness, emergency response, relief

Population growth and rapid urbanization could put 1.3 billion people and more than $150 trillion in assets at risk from river and coastal floods by 2020, with Asia as the most exposed region. Natural Hazards congress 2019 is a timely scientific conference that will address the concerns and issue for environmental sustainability in the ASEAN-5 (Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia) Vietnam countries due to national disasters (economic crisis, health hazards, natural calamity and/or Man made hazards). Singapore is well-shielded from natural calamities like earthquakes, typhoons and tsunamis. Natural Hazards Congress-2019 will provide a forum for discussion of the integration of Hazard information into effective emergency risk management. Applying science, technology and research information to best practice planning, warning, response and recovery capabilities will lower the impact of Disasters on environment. The conference will bring together expertise from international wide to enable the sharing of knowledge and strengthen technical sessions. The subject specific target audience of the conference is: emergency managers, planners, risk assessors, asset and utility managers, natural hazards researchers and scientists, experts on the environmental concerns, Delegate participations.

Target audience The scope of the meeting is to brought Experts, Geologists, Ecologists, Professors, Geotechnical Engineers, Geo Scientists, students, researchers, Consultants, business experts across the globe and to evaluate the consequences of human-driven disruption of natural system with a theme of “Significance  of Early warning systems and risk management strategies  "

Why in Singapore?    

Singapore has emerged as a global city and business hub of the Asia pacific countries and has special concern on Natural Hazards & Disaster Management. Each year, various parts of Singapore are inundated by a series of floods, usually in the form of flash floods that came about due to intense rainfall over a short period of time, droughts, heat waves, hailstorms, wildfires , Waterspouts, affected by the Severe acute respiratory syndrome, flu pandemic and other medical epidemics. Natural Hazards Congress 2019 aim at providing strengthened disaster management, insight research literature in different approaches towards effective disaster risk coping strategy and regional cooperation on disaster management.

Comparative studies of Natural Disasters In Asian countries

Asia is the most disaster-prone region in the world. The region has borne brunt of the physical and economic damages of natural disasters. With reference to the data collected by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED), human toll from natural disasters in the last 5 years has been staggering. The region remains exposed to more natural disasters and according to the Asian Development Bank, the region’s economic progress will be undermined by the rising number of floods, landslides and other disasters. That provides a stark reminder that Asia’s many densely populated and expanding coastal cities will in particular remain vulnerable to weather-related disasters. Floods, earthquakes and cyclones have wreaked havoc across ASEAN countries killing people, wiping out homes, livelihoods and leaving economies in distress. The region occupies 30% of the world's land mass, but 40% of the world's disasters occurred in the region in the past decade, resulting in a disproportionate 80% of the world's disaster deaths. During the last 10 years, according to the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters, majority of deaths in Asia were caused by earthquakes, Floods have killed 17,442 people while as cyclones were responsible for 13,368 deaths in the region. Asia lost US$15 billion due to natural disasters, according to data released by the Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED)

Desertification Vulnerability

About 40% of the earth’s land area is threatened by desertification, land degradation in which fertile land transforms into desert.  According to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification it is estimated that every year about 12 million hectares of fertile land is turning into desert which is aggravated due to climate change and human activities and it is estimated that by 2030, water scarcity in some places will displace up to 700 million people, remains most vulnerable to desertification.

 

The Academic and Research Communities dealing with disaster reduction at Singapore:

National University of Singapore

Nanyang Technological University

Singapore University of Technology and Design

Northern Territory Emergency Service (NTES)

National Flood Risk Advisory Group (NFRAG)

Flood Warning Consultative Committee(FWCC)

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA)

National Risk Assessment Advisory Group (NRAAG)

National Flood Risk Advisory Group (NFRAG)

Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA)

National Strategy for Disaster Resilience (NSDR)

 

Associations concern for Natural Hazards and disaster reduction at worldwide:

Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS)

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

National Crisis Management Center (NCMC)

ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management (ACDM)

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED)

Singapore’s Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team (DART)

National Environment Agency (NEA)

German Remote Sensing Data Center 

Sustainability Research Centre, University of Sunshine Coast

National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention

Coastal regions in Singapore face the greatest financial risk from natural disasters because of their vulnerable locations and increasing cargo volumes, a risk-management firm. Over the last 10 years, the annual average cost of natural disasters in Singapore is estimated at $10 million per year.. A simulations show that a major floods and tsunamis could cause losses in excess of US$3 billion, which is 3 percent of Singapore GDP. Damage and loss assessment report from recent major disasters show a consistent ranking of reconstruction needs with housing accounting for the largest expenditures followed by public infrastructure (primarily roads, schools, and health facilities). Thus, it is necessary for the better fiscal management of natural disaster due to a great exposed from natural disasters.

References

https://www.earthobservatory.sg/research

http://www.emdat.be/  

http://www.adrrn.net/

http://www.irdrinternational.org/projects/data/  

http://www.aon.com/reinsurance/  

http://www.cred.be/staff

http://worldweather.wmo.int/en/home.html  

http://www.worldwatch.org/mission                   

Past Conference Report

Naturalhazards 2018

Natural Hazards Congress 2018 Report
 
Conference Series llc LTD successfully hosted its premier 2nd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management held during July 26-27, 2018  at Melbourne, Australia
 
The conference was organized around the theme “Significance of Early Warning Systems and Risk Management Strategies” which comprised of 14 Tracks designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in the field of Natural Hazards and Disaster Management. This International conference brought eminent scientists, speakers together from all the nations and in which many critical issues were discussed in depth to provide up-to-date information to the world. On the other hand, the meeting provided a best platform for the young researchers to share their ideas and experiences. Conference Series llc LTD wishes to acknowledge with its deep sincere gratitude to all the supporters from the Editorial Board Members of our Open Access Journals, Keynote speakers, valuable speakers, Delegates, Young Researchers and for their support to make this event a huge success.
 
Natural Hazards Congress 2018 which covered the scientific sessions like Geosciences, Coastal Geography, Geological Disasters and Earthquakes, Meteorological Hazards, Health Disasters and Epidemics, Space Disasters, Environmental Pollution, Climate Change, Global Warming, Ecosystems and Biodiversity, Geographic Information & Remote sensing, Alarming alerts and Early warning systems, Floodway Analysis, Disaster Risk Management.
 
The conference was greeted by the moderator Yasser Hamdi from Institute of Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety, France who supported for the success of this event. The support was extended by the Keynote Speakers Yuriy Kuleshov from Bureau of Meteorology, Australia; M Manikandan from Gulf Consult, Kuwaitenergized by Keynote and Speaker presentations:
  • Climate risk and early warning systems by Yuriy Kuleshov from Bureau of Meteorology, Australia.
  • Dynamic and multi-dimensional risk management of construction projects by M Manikandan from Gulf Consult, Kuwait.
  • The competing pressures paradigm: A conceptual model for improving emergency and business continuity plans by Tony McAleavy  from  Rabdan Academy, UAE.
  • Better modeling durations to better characterize heat spells: A new approach to estimate extreme temperatures in the nuclear safety field by Yasser Hamdi from  Institute of Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety, France.
  • Is there any relationship between the spatiotemporal variability of ozone concentration in the Pacific Ocean and ecosystem phenology in the Drakensberg mountains? By Geoffrey Mukwada from University of the Free State, South Africa
Conference Series llc LTD acknowledges the support of below Chairs and Co-chairs with whom we were able to run the scientific sessions smoothly. The Day-1 sessions are Chaired with Yuriy Kuleshov from Bureau of Meteorology, Australia and Co-chaired with Tony McAleavy from Rabdan Academy, UAE. Day-2 sessions are Chaired with Trofimov Alexander from International Scientific Research Institute of Cosmoplanetary Anthropoecology, Russia and Co-chaired with Geoffrey Mukwada from University of the Free State, South Africa.
With the enormous response, feedback from the participants and supporters of Natural Hazards Congress Series, Conference Series llc LTD is glad to announce its 3rdInternational Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management held during May 15-16, 2018 at Singapore.

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