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CRISMA FRAMEWORK AS AN EXPERIMENTAL TOOL FOR SIMULATION OF COASTAL SUBMERSION IMPACTS AND PREPAREDNESS FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT
Author : MARC ERLICH , AGNES CABAL , CHRISTOPHE COULET , MEHDI-PIERRE DAOU , MARIANNE GRISEL , ARNAUD DE GROOF , DENIS HAVLIK , CHRISTOPH AUBRECHT , KLAUS STEINNOCHER , SACHA SCHLOBINSKI , GIULIO ZUCCARO
“CRISMA - Modelling crisis management for improved action and preparedness”, a collaborative research and development project co-funded by the European Community (2011-2015) developed a generic framework for implementation of simulation-based decision support systems in different domains of the natural or industrial risk (floods, snowstorms, earthquakes, forest fires, accidental pollutions, mass accidents). The paper outlines the capacity of a CRISMA-based application to simulate mitigation effects of a coastal submersion through a full modelling cycle. In particular, the paper addresses the Reference Application for the Coastal Submersion Domain capabilities of the CRISMA Framework regarding simulation of submersion effects at a range of temporal and spatial scales, preparedness planning, assessment of impacts depending on scenarios based on mitigation options for managing the inundation risks, time dependent vulnerability of dikes in cascading effects and comparison of various flood risk mitigation scenarios.
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Category : 36th Congress - The Hague (2015) FULL PAPERS
Article : THEME 5- FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT AND ADAPTATION
Date Published : 19/04/2016
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