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Risikokommunikation im Hochwasserschutz - Anleitung und Empfehlungen für die Praxis

Interpraevent hat das Projekt IMRA unterstützt. Als Ergebnis wurde nun ein Handbuch aber auch eine kurzgefasste Broschüre für die Risikokommunikation in der Praxis herausgegeben.

Die Broschüre „Risikokommunikation im Hochwasserschutz - Anleitung und Empfehlungen für die Praxis“ und das auf Englisch und Deutsch erschienene weiterführende Handbuch „Planung und Umsetzung einer Kommunikations- und Beteiligungsstrategie im Hochwasserrisikomanagement“ sind Ergebnisse des ERA-Net Projekts CRUE-IMRA. In Fallstudien an den Flüssen Wupper (D), Chiascio (I) und der Möll (A) wurde gezeigt, wie die Einbindung der breiten Öffentlichkeit, der Betroffenen und der Interessensvertreter in Hochwasserschutzprojekten konkret aussehen kann.

Die Broschüre ist als Hilfestellung für all jene gedacht, die mit Hochwasserrisikomanagement betraut sind. Sie entstand aus den Erfahrungen mehrerer internationaler Projekte (wie etwa
den ERA-Net CRUE-Projekten IMRA, UR-Flood und Diane-CM sowie CapHaz-Net) und nationalen Aktivitäten (wie z.B. „Gefahrenzonenplanung für Kinder“, dem Handbuch „Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung im Hochwasserschutz“ oder den „Österreichischen Standards der Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung“). Die Broschüresoll zeigen, wie sich eine Institution selbst im
System einschätzen und mit anderen vergleichen kann. Ausgehend von dieser ersten Selbstevaluierung geht es Schritt für Schritt zur Planung und Umsetzung von Risikokommunikation.
Der Leitfaden soll einen ersten Einstieg in das Thema bieten, zur weiteren Beschäftigung mit dem Thema anregen und vor allem zum Umsetzen und Experimentieren vor Ort verleiten.

Die Broschüre finden Sie auf dieser Webpage unter dem Menü "Service"-> "Veröffentlichungen" bzw. unter diesem Link.

Das umfangreichere Handbuch können Sie auf deutsch oder englisch von www.partizipation.at herunterladen.


e-newsletter GIS.FCU

Interpraevent would like to make aware of the current e-newsletter of the GIS Research Center of the Feng Chia University in Taiwan.
The current newsletter can be found here and the English web page of GIS.FCU can be found under www.gis.tw.

Student Poster Award 2012 - winners

We would like to congratulate the winners of the this year's Interpraevent Student Poster Award, which has been granted for the three best student posters during the 12th Interpraevent congress in Grenoble, France.
1st place Daniel Trappmann (Berne)Quantifying rockfall hazards through injury counting on the bark of trees.
2nd place Favier Pilomène (Grenoble)Formal snow avalanche risk assessment to buildings and optimal design of defense structures.
3rd place Andrea Kreisler (Vienna)Bedload trap measurements as part of an integrative measurement system.

(Download the awarded posters by clicking on titles.)

The Student Poster Award consisted of € 3000,- and was granted to the three best student poster contributions (€ 1500,- for the first, € 1000,- for the second, and € 500,- for the third place).

The International Research Society would like to thank all students from diverse universities in the European Alps who participated in this competition. We congratulate the winners.


PermaNET brochure now in 4 languages / PermaNET Broschüre jetzt viersprachig

The synthesis report on the PermaNET project is from now on available in four languages - French, German, Italian and English.


Den Synthesebericht des PermaNET Projektes gibt es von nun an in vier Sprachen - französisch, deutsch, italienisch und englisch.

You can either order the printed synthesis report or download it under service -> publications.

Sie können entweder den gedruckten Synthesebericht bestellen oder den Bericht unter dem Menü Service -> Veröffentlichungen herunterladen.


Anmeldung, Programm, Details / registration, programme, details IP 2012 Congress

Die Anmeldung zum Interpraevent Kongress, welcher vom 23. zum bis 26. April 2012 in Grenoble stattfindet, ist ab nun möglich.
The registration for the Interpraevent congress, which will be held from April 23rd to 26th, 2012 is from now on possible.

Zur Online Anmeldung geht es Sie hier.
Weitere Informationen zum Kongress finden Sie hier.

The online registration can be found here.
Further information concerning the congress can be found here.

 


Natural Ri$k Evaluation - workshop output

The conclusions of the international workshop Natural Ri$k Evaluation organized in the frame of the Alpine Space project AdaptAlp have been published online.

The English short-conclusions can be found here.

All presentations can be found here.


Update on IP congress 2012
The congress preparation is on the way ...

Starting in January this year 236 extended abstracts were submitted for the upcoming Interpraevent congress in Grenoble. 53 of these extended abstracts were accepted without and 164 were acceptable with revisions. As some authors did not take the chance to revise their abstracts the deadline for the submission of revised extended abstracts has been expanded until the end of October 2011. Only fully accepted extended abstracts will be published in the special extended abstracts voulme.

From the group of authors, who submitted acceptable extended abstracts, 130 were invited to submit a full paper. The deadline for the submission of full papers ended on September 15th, 2011. Invited authors, who did not submit their full paper yet, are asked to get in touch with the organising team.

By the end of November 2011 authors of full papers will be informed on the acceptance of their papers.

The official congress web page will be available soon and provide information on registration, congess details, etc.


PermaNET brochure - now in English and German
After the project closure of PermaNET the new brochure on the Alpine Permafrost Long-term Monitoring Network has been published.
Under the lead of Volkmar Mair (Autonomous Province of Bolzano, Italy) and Andreas Zischg (Abenis Alpinexpert GmbH/srl, Bolzano, Italy) this project on the monitoring of permafrost has reached its destination. As mountain permafrost is one of many aspects to be considered in natural hazards and risk management in the Alps INTERPRAEVENT has supported this publication.
 
The assessment of natural hazards and the elaboration of hazard zone maps in permafrost affected areas is a rather complex ask as the degradation of permafrost is influencing the riggering and the evolvement of natural hazards processes such as rockfalls, landslides and debris flows. This can have direct consequences for infrastructures in permafrost areas and indirect consequences for other natural hazards such as floods. As increasing air temperature has a direct impact on the thermal characteristics and the geotechnical behaviour of frozen rock and soil material climate change is another topic, which has to be taken into account.

All in all, mountain permafrost is another factor of the complex system of Alpine catchments. Hence, in high mountain areas the analysis of permafrost and related natural hazards represents one part of integrated watershed management and in some cases it plays an important role for the integrated risk management.

INTERPRAEVENT supports the exchange of knowledge and experiences between science and practitioners in the field of natural hazards and risk management. Therefore this brochure is a valuable continuation of former brochures on the documentation of mountain disasters (DOMODIS - available in English, French and German) and the brochure on drift wood (available in German only).

The PermaNET team tried to synthesize the state of the art of permafrost detection, permafrost monitoring and the consideration of permafrost in natural hazards assessment from a practitioner‘s point of view. Thus, this brochure contributes to the main aims of INTERPRAEVENT such as providing decision bases for stakeholders in natural hazards and risk management, presenting scientific discoveries and conclusions to practitioners and creating decision-making aids for all questions of technical, planning, administrative and economic preparedness.
 
The brochure can ordered online under the menu "service" -> "publications" or can be dowloaded here.
 
 

AdaptAlp project - common strategic paper
INTERPRAEVENT participated in the AdaptAlp project (mainly in WP6). After the official project finalization the CSP is avilable here.

In the CSP (common strategic paper) the AdaptAlp partnership seeks to provide policy-makers and decision-makers throughout the Alpine arc with useful information on strategies and good practice examples for natural hazard management in a changing climate.


Vacancies and requests for placements on on_alp_exchange

Take a look at the on_alp_exchange platform. There is a vacancy available for an expert in the field of torrents and floods to go to Aosta valley. Furthermore three experts are requesting a placement somewhere in the Alps in the field of avalanches, mass movements, floods (hydrology), and mountain torrents. One of these experts has special interst in glacier hazards.

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