35th IGC Sessions

35th International Geological Congress Sessions

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort ascending Abstract
3573 Landslides in Equatorial Africa: identifying culturally, technically and economically feasible resilience strategies Dr. Olivier Dewitte T8.9 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 3573.pdf
35 Geohazards risk assessment for disaster management of Mount Merapi and surrounding area, Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia Ms. Ayu Narwastu Ciptahening T8.9 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 35.pdf
36 Eruption of Mount Sinabung, North Sumatera, Indonesia, and SMS gateway for disaster early warning system Prof. Sari Bahagiarti Kusumayudha T8.9 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 36.pdf
215 Landslide hazard zonation using rainfall threshold based temporal probability Dr. Pankaj Jaiswal T8.9 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 215.pdf
2998 Application of Fuzzy Set Theory to Landslide hazard zonation mapping in Limbe (Cameroon) Dr. Lawrence Diko Makia T8.9 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 2998.pdf
800 Landslide susceptibility mapping at regional scales using weight of evidence method – a revision of the methodical concept from a practical point of view Dr. Michael Fuchs T8.9 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 800.pdf
1856 Seismic Activity and lithospheric structure in NW of West African Craton: Case of the Moroccan Atlas Mountains Dr. Youssef Timoulali T8.8 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 1856.pdf
4503 Geophysics of the Sirt Basin Rift System, Libya Dr. Abdunnur BenSuleman T8.8 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 4503.pdf
306 Landslide Developmental Characteristics and Response to Climate Change since the Last Glacial in the upper reaches of the Yellow River, NE Tibetan Plateau Dr. YIN ZHIQIANG T8.8 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 306.pdf
4312 Microzonation of Johannesburg: Impact of uncertainties associated with earthquake catalogue on seismic hazard assessment Ms. Thifhelimbilu Faith Mulabisana T8.8 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 4312.pdf
319 The seismic landslide hazards mapping: a case study in the Yingxiu area, Sichuan, China Dr. Hua Ge T8.8 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 319.pdf
2392 Submarine landslides on the Great Barrier Reef margin, north-eastern Australia: Preliminary characterization of their morphology and behaviour Dr. Ángel Puga-Bernabéu T8.8 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 2392.pdf
1511 Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment of South Africa Dr. Vunganai Midzi T8.7 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 1511.pdf
2413 Analysis of large-scale landslides triggered by the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake Dr. Xuanmei Fan T8.7 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 2413.pdf
2305 Failure mode and mechanisms of the Majiagou landslide in the Three Gorges reservoir, China Professor Xinli Hu T8.7 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 2305.pdf
62 Seismic Hazard Analysis for Aswan High Dam Reservoir Dr. Awad Ismail T8.7 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 62.pdf
1414 Seismic ground motion and hazard assessment of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area, Southeastern Ghana Dr. Paulina Amponsah T8.7 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 1414.pdf
490 Controlling factors for Landslide initiation in the seismo-tectonically active and high rainfall regions of North East India Mr. Niroj Kumar Sarkar T8.7 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 490.pdf
2627 Initiation mechanism of large landslides induced by 2008 China Ms8.0 Earthquake Professor Xiaoyan Zhao T8.7 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment / Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 2627.pdf
3077 Present Permafrost Degradation in NE Siberia: Environmental Implications Dr. Jiri Chlachula T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 3077.pdf
96 Field evidences of Gorkha Earthquakes of 25 April (7.8M) and Kodari 12 May 2015 (7.2M) in Nepal Prof. Arun Kumar T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 96.pdf
3844 Variations in the morphology of reactivated fault scarps in the UK Dr. Laurance Donnelly T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 3844.pdf
4192 Cosmogenically dated marine terraces in South Africa reveal low long-term rates of uplift and no evidence for localized faulting Dr. Paul Bierman T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 4192.pdf
911 Differences in geological hazards from liquefaction–fluidization and ground waves in the areas facing Tokyo Bay and San Francisco Bay Prof. Hisashi Nirei T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 911.pdf
5562 The use of downhole geophysical logging in assessing subsidence from abandoned coal mines Mr. David L Knott T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 5562.pdf
3635 Artificial neural network based geohazard potential mapping for sustainable land use planning: approaches and examples from Germany and Namibia Israel Hasheela T8.6a - Challenges in Identifying and Characterising Seismogenic Faults in Non-Plate Boundary Settings / Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 3635.pdf
4332 Pleistocene-Holocene seismoturbidite succession above the Lwandle-Nubia plate boundary, offshore South Africa Dr John Rogers T8.6 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 4332.pdf
3254 Neotectonic stress orientation in the Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa derived by the Dihedra method Prof Adam Bumby T8.6 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 3254.pdf
3717 Stress Field in the Western Part of Africa-Eurasia Boundary from the Azores to Tunisian Atlas Dr. Farida Ousadou T8.6 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 3717.pdf
3256 Investigating Seismic Source Zones in Cameroon: A preliminary step for Seismic Hazard Assessment Dr. Bekoa Ateba T8.6 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 3256.pdf
3259 Stress change and fault interaction from a two century-long earthquake sequence in the central Tell Atlas (Algeria) Prof. Mustapha Meghraoui T8.6 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 3259.pdf
3202 Stress field in the African Plate Dr. Damien Delvaux T8.6 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 3202.pdf
1169 Neotectonic stress mapping in Southern Africa solves the puzzling M5.5 Orkney Earthquake of 5 August 2014, North West Province, South Africa Dr Marco Andreoli T8.6 - Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 1169.pdf
11 Landslide volume estimation by landslide area-frequency distribution Prof. Chien-Yuan Chen T8.5 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards / Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 11.pdf
1388 The Aftershock sequence of the 5th August 2014 Orkney earthquake Mr. Brassnavy Manzunzu T8.5 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards / Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 1388.pdf
2237 Recent Seismicity and volcanism in Afar and the Main Ethiopian Rift Dr. Atalay Ayele T8.5 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards / Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 2237.pdf
3255 The Seismotectonic Map of Africa Dr. Mustapha Meghraoui T8.5 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards / Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 3255.pdf
2151 Assessing slope stability in three dimensions throughout a landscape: Stratovolcanoes, coastal bluffs, and submarine slopes Dr. Mark Reid T8.5 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards / Crustal deformation and seismotectonics in Africa: Active faulting and earthquake hazard assessment PDF icon 2151.pdf
1647 Preconditioning factors for the unstable eastern Rockall Bank slope, NE Atlantic Dr. Aggeliki Georgiopoulou T8.4 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 1647.pdf
5319 Landslide Monitoring through Spatial Sensor Network Dr. Ping Lu T8.4 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 5319.pdf
828 Submarine landslides and related geohazards around Indian Subcontinent and Islands Mrs. Sainaba N. K. T8.4 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 828.pdf
5283 Detection of landslides in early phases using SAR interferometry Phd Mateja Jemec Auflic Professor Marko Komac T8.4 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 5283.pdf
2390 Sedimentary processes associated to a late Miocene large-scale submarine landslide (Sierra de Gádor, Almería, SE Spain) Dr. Ángel Puga-Bernabéu T8.4 - Subaerial and submarine landslide processes and hazards PDF icon 2390.pdf
934 Characterising Natural Hazard Interactions to Support Multi-Hazard Approaches to Hazard Management Mr. Joel Gill T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 934.pdf
5187 Extending the geological record for Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) earthquakes in British Columbia, Canada Dr. Peter Bobrowsky T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 5187.pdf
3846 Communication and the public understanding of geohazards Dr. Laurance Donnelly T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 3846.pdf
218 Submarine Permafrost Dynamics Along the Arctic Shelf Edge Dr. Charles Paull T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 218.pdf
1888 Investigation of Artificial Water Reservoir Triggered Earthquake at Koyna, India Dr. Harsh Kumar Gupta T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 1888.pdf
1377 Effects of topographic and geological features on building damage caused by 2015.4.25 Mw7.8 Gorkha earthquake in Nepal Prof. Fawu Wang T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 1377.pdf
714 Typhoon-driven wave deposits on island rock coasts in the Gulf of Thailand Prof. James Terry T8.3 - Geohazards and societal benefits: coping with reality PDF icon 714.pdf

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