Event

2nd Workshop on Methods for Assessing the Costs of Floods

Workshop with experts on methodological approaches for multi-hazard economic impacts.

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Floded street - Cost of floods

Where:

Online

When:

22 and 23 October, 2020

Participation:

Semi-Private

Contact:

Orlando Cabrera-Rivera
Head of Unit for Environmental Quality
(514) 350-4323

Agenda

Thursday, October 22, 2020


Thematic Discussion 1: CEC flood project preliminary findings

Renee A. McPherson
University of Oklahoma

Orlando Cabrera Rivera
CEC Secretariat

Zafar Adeel
Simon Fraser University

Hirmand Saffari
Simon Fraser University
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Ana María Alarcón Ferreira
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
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Lynn M Rae
University of Arizona
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Xin Wen
Simon Fraser University
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Thematic Discussion 2: Enhancing the CEC flood-costing method

Laura Bakkensen
University of Arizona
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Nicky Hastings
Natural Resources Canada
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Laura Twidle
Catastrophe Indices & Quantification Inc., Canada
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Maurice Cruz
South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center, U.S.
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Friday, October 23, 2020


Thematic Discussion 3: Enhancing the CEC flood-costing method

Gregg Garfin
University of Arizona

Zafar Adeel
Simon Fraser University
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Gregg Garfin
University of Arizona
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Jennifer F. Helgeson
National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce
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Paul Kovacs
Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction
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Frank Casey
U.S. Geological Survey
Richard Bernknopf
University of New Mexico
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Thematic Discussion 4: Case studies to assess incorporation of cascading hazards

Karla Mendez
CENAPRED

Laura Lagunes
CATRISK México

Adam Smith
NOAA
Nicky Hastings
Natural Resources Canada

Zafar Adeel
Simon Fraser University
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