About the Project
In the past decades, although a multi-hazard approach has been postulated in a number of disaster reduction policies, single-hazard approaches to assessing hazard potential, in which hazards are treated as isolated and independent phenomena, are still commonplace. Their prevalence, however, can distort management priorities, increase vulnerability to other spatially relevant hazards or underestimate risk.
This PhD project will particularly focus on modelling the multi-hydrometeorological hazards (floods, landslides and debris flow) and provide useful research outcomes (e.g., multi-hazard risk maps) for hazard risk management. Satellite remote sensing technology will also be adopted to build a multi-hazard inventory map.
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