Record nummer 2288051
Titel D4.1 : Context for risk assessment at the six research sites, including criteria to be used in risk assessment
Auteur(s) Bruggeman, A. ; Freitas, A. ; Barbados, A. ; Luís, A. ; Fortunato, A. ; Hein, A. ; Iacovides, A. ; Martins, B. ; Russo, B. ; Zoumides, C. ; Sunyer, D. ; Interwies, E. ; Giannakis, E. ; Alves, E. ; Novo, E. ; Kristvik, E. ; Rocha, F. ; Mälzer, H.-J. ; Alphen, H.-J. van ; Iacovides, I. ; Koti, J. ; Oliveira, M. ; Scheibel, M. ; Rodrigues, M. ; Martínez, M. ; Sánchez, P. ; Freire, P. ; Lorza, P. ; Brito, P. ; Görlitz, S. ; Saegrov, S. ; Spek, T. ; Beek, T. aus der ; Muthanna, T. ; Viseu, T.
Uitgever Brussel : Horizon 2020
Jaar van uitgave 2017
Pagina's 208 p
Online full text
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Deliverable 4.1 – “Context for risk assessment at the six research sites, including criteria to be used in risk assessment” was developed by LNEC, AQUALOGY, IWW, NTNU, CyI, KWR and InterSus under WP 4 ("Assessment of the impacts of extreme weather events"), within Task 4.1 - "Establishment of the context for Risk Management Process", led by LNEC. This deliverable aims at formulating the adaptation problems within BINGO and setting up a common and clear understanding of all important variables at each research site (context), taking into consideration the end user’s views for the choice of the criteria and methodologies to be used. This report will be the basis for the future development of the three steps of risk assessment that will be performed in WP4: risk identification (Task 4.2) and risk analysis and risk evaluation (Task 4.3), and provide important input and basic information about the research sites into the work done in WP5.
Betrokken instanties KWR, Watercycle Research Institute
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