Theme: Significance of Early Warning Systems and Risk Management Strategies
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Welcome Message from Natural Hazards Congress-2018
Dear Colleagues and Fellow Researchers,
Being an Organizing Committee Member, it is my great honor and pleasure to invite you to participate in the 2nd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management, to be held at Melbourne, Australia, during July 26-27, 2018.
The theme of Natural Hazards Congress-2018 is “Significance of Early Warning Systems and Risk Management Strategies” and it will bring together experts, researchers, scientists, postdoctoral fellows, business entities and students from around the world, providing them with the opportunity to exchange of ideas, sharing of knowledge and networking, discuss scientific questions, achievements, and challenges in this field.
Natural Hazards Congress 2018 will be a valuable and global platform for networking and business development with constructive and critical deliberations and I believe your participation would be an excellent addition to the program. Your time, knowledge, contribution and expertise will definitely add a huge asset to the conference. The conference will strive to offer plenty of networking opportunities, providing you with the opportunity to meet and interact with the leading scientists and researchers, friends and colleagues as well as sponsors and exhibitors.
Interesting and encouraging lectures will be presented by world-class academics, scientists and experts that covers current research, comprehensions and applications in the diverse fields of Natural Hazards Congress: Geosciences, Climate Change, Environmental Pollution, Geological disasters and Earthquakes, Disaster risk management, Geographic Information and Remote sensing, Global Warming etc.
We hope that this conference will give you an unforgettable personal and professional experience. Personally, I hope that you will have a very enjoyable and entertaining stay here, in Australia
We look forward to meeting you in Melbourne, Australia.
Dr. Alexander Trofimov
Professor of ISA,
Academician of IAES (RF), ABI (USA)
General Director and Chief of ISRICA
Scientific Council of International Scientific Research Institute of Cosmic Anthropoecology (ISRICA)
Earthquake engineers/ Seismist
Urban planners, Hydro geologists
Landslide geologists and engineers
Emergency Disaster volunteers
Construction Management and Building Resilience Researchers
Emergency Disaster and Safety Officers
Environmental and Natural science Researchers, Faculty and Students
Environmental Hazards and Disaster prevention Associations, Societies and Government agencies
Business experts /suppliers/Research development teams in Natural Hazards and Disaster Management.
The Conference Series LLC Ltd invites you to attend the 2nd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management from July 26-27, 2018 with the theme “Significance of Early Warning Systems and Risk Management Strategies”. Natural Hazards Congress-2018 has been outlined in an interdisciplinary way with foster discussion by maximizing interactions, collaborations and networking opportunities for Invited speakers, researchers and scientists mainly emphasis on large-scale research approaches and technologies in the sessional tracks to provides with a unique opportunity to get together at our 2-Days scientific program.
Natural Hazards Congress 2018 is an expertise meeting that spotlights and explore knowledge in the field of Environmental science and Engineering. We trust that you will exploit this opportunity and join with us at this remarkable occasion. It is an extraordinary approach to construct associations with partners and share knowledge and experience with their colleagues around the globe. The key point of Natural Hazards Congress-2018 is to discuss the research, advanced techniques and emerging strategies in the fields of Natural Hazards and Disaster Management and related Environmental concerns. In addition, you'll have the chance to associate with companions and celebrate your profession at this 2-Days event.
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- Geo-technical specialists
- Earthquake engineers/ Seismist
- Urban planners, Hydro geologists
- Landslide geologists and engineers
- Climatology Experts
- Emergency Disaster volunteers
- Construction Management and Building Resilience Researchers
- Emergency Disaster and Safety Officers
- Environmental and Natural science Researchers, Faculty and Students
- Environmental Hazards and Disaster prevention Associations, Societies and Government agencies
- Business experts /suppliers/Research development teams in Natural Hazards and Disaster Management.
Join us for a symphony of outstanding science, and enjoy the spectacular and unique beauty of Melbourne.
Welcome Message from the Natural Hazards Congress-2018
Dear Colleagues and Researchers:
As a member of the Organizing Committee, it´s a great honor and pleasure for me to invite you to participate in the "2nd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management" to be held in Melbourne, Australia, on July 26-27, 2018.
The main theme of the Congress on Natural Hazards-2018 is: "Significance of Early Warning Systems and Risk Management Strategies".
This call was created with the aim of bringing together academic experts, researchers, scientists, postdoctoral fellows, business entities and students from all over the world.
This scientific-professional meeting is an excellent opportunity for the exchange of knowledge
and experiences, both internationally and interdisciplinary.
During the two days of the Congress, interesting lectures will be presented by academics, scientists and experts worldwide, who, in a multidisciplinary way, investigate and address the various fields on which the Natural Risks Congress is centered: Geosciences, Climate Change, Environmental Pollution, Geological Disasters and Earthquakes, Disaster Risk Management, Geographic Information and Remote Sensing, Global Warming, etc.
The "Congress on Natural Hazards-2018" is also very interested in knowing the contributions of students and young postdoctoral researchers, so from the Organizing Committee we want to give them the opportunity to present their research studies, while they can know the latest
achievements and updates of the knowledge.
Finally, we hope that this Conference will be an unforgettable personal and professional experience. Personally, I wish you a pleasant and rewarding stay in Australia.
The World complains and human societies face great challenges that require a rigorous and committed approach.
We´re waiting for you in Melbourne!
Sincerely from Spain.
Psychologist, Environmental Consultant and Researcher
President of International Scientific-Professional Committee of SINIF
Research Group in "Climate and Territorial Planning"
University of Alicante – Spain
Natural Hazards Congress 2017 Report
Conference Series llc LTD successfully hosted its premier 1st International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management held during June 1-3, 2017 at Osaka, Japan
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.
The 1st International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management 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 Dr. Hesham Ali, Florida International University, USA who supported for the success of this event. The support was extended by the Keynote Speakers Prof. Sangseom Jeong from Yonsei University, Korea; Prof Ryuji Kohno from Yokohama National University, Japan; Prof. Bo Huang from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, and Dr. Govind Singh Bhardwaj from Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, India energized by Keynote presentations:
- Macro level analysis of sea level rise effect on pavements structural capacity by Dr. Hesham Ali from Florida International University, USA.
- Wireless sensor network for monitoring and early warning system of landslides by Prof. Sangseom Jeong by Yonsei University, Korea.
- Wireless Dependable IoT/M2M for Disaster Rescue and Healthcare - Reliable Machine Centric Sensing and Controlling by Ryuji Kohno from Yokohama National University, Japan.
- Flood resilience: Measurement, validation and policy implications by Prof. Bo Huang from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- Landslides hazards and development of global early warning by Govind Singh Bhardwaj from Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, India.
Conference Series LLC 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 Prof. Sangseom Jeong from Yonsei University, Korea and Co-chaired with Dr.Hesham Ali from Florida International University, USA. Day-2 sessions are Chaired with Prof. Bo Huang from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong and Co-chaired with Dr.Govind Singh Bhardwaj from Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, India.
With the enormous response , feedback from the participants and supporters of Natural Hazards Congress Series, Conference Series llc LTD is glad to announce its 2nd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Disaster Management held during July 26-27, 2018 at Melbourne, Australia .
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 Prevention, Preparedness and Mitigation and we are organizing the series of Natural Hazards & Disaster Management conferences.
Scope and Importance
Natural Hazards Congress-2018 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.
Natural Hazards & Disaster Management is an international, multidisciplinary forum for the publication of original contributions and the exchange of knowledge and experience on the Disaster Management. The study and research on Natural Hazards & Disaster Management is dedicated to conduct studies that advance academic disciplines and contribute to applied knowledge. The scope of the meeting is to brought Experts, Geologists, Ecologists, Professors, Geotechnical Engineers, Geo Scientists 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 Melbourne, Australia?
Melbourne, Australia has emerged as a global city and business hub of the Asia pacific countries and has special concern on Natural Hazards & Disaster Management. Also Australia experiences a range of 'natural disasters' including bushfires, floods, severe storms, earthquakes and landslides. These Disasters cause great financial hardship for Environment, Humans. Especially in the areas of Geosciences, Coastal Geography, Geological disasters & Earthquakes, Climate Change, Disaster risk Management. Being located on the Pacific Ring (an area with a high degree of tectonic activity), Australia has to cope with the constant risk of volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods and tsunamis. During the past 20 years, Australia has made global headlines due to devastating natural disasters that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of human and animal lives, plus having a destructive effect on the land area (including infrastructure, and thus resulting in economic costs).
Absolute loss caused due to Natural Hazards & Disasters at Continental level:
Research Expenditures Worldwide Annually
The Academic and Research Communities dealing with disaster reduction at Australia:
Centre for Disaster Management and Public Safety (CDMPS) , University of Melbourne
Bushfire and Natural Hazard Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), Australian Government
United Nations Office for Disaster risk Reduction (UNISDR), Australia, New Zealand
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) , Australia
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)
New South Wales State Emergency Service (NSW SES)
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)
Charles Darwin University (CDU)
University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
The University of Western Australia.
University of Newcastle
Edith Cowan University (ECU)
Charles Sturt University (CSU)
Massey University, University of New zealand
The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, Western University
Associations concern for Natural Hazards and disaster reduction at worldwide:
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
German Remote Sensing Data Center
Sustainability Research Centre, University of Sunshine Coast
Disaster Prevension Research Institute(DPRI), Kyoto University
Risk Policy and Vulnerability Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Disaster and Development Network, Northumbria University
Stockholm Environment Institute-Asia Centre
National Science & Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR)
National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering, National Applied Research Laboratories
Joint Centre for Disaster Research GNS Science/Massey University
Research and Education Center for Natural Hazards, Kagoshima University
Center of Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Beijing Institute of Technology
Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
State Key Lab of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology,ã€€Beijing Normal University
State Key Laboratory of Geo-hazards Prevention and Geo-environment Protection(SKLGP), Chengdu University of Technology
Center for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technology(CEDIM)
National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
Coastal regions in Australia 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 Australia is estimated at $32 million per year.. A simulations show that a major earthquake (occurring once every 30 years) could cause losses in excess of US$30 billion, which is 3 percent of Australia’s 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.
- Coastal Geography
- Geological disasters and Earthquakes
- Meteorological Hazards
- Health Disasters & 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
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