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NRCan Library: Resources in Natural Hazards and Rsk Assessment

CanHUG members - Did you know that Natural Resources Canada Library carries a wide range of materials on Natural Hazards and Risk Assessment?

NRCan Library is the place to find reports, books maps and journal articles and to search online databases. Here are a few pointers - for further details, contact NRCan Library and librarians here .

 

Here are some books in the collection, and where to find them.

 

11th Annual Canadian Risk and Hazards Network Symposium

Abstracts are still being accepted for the 11th Annual Canadian Risk and Hazards Network Symposium.  We will be having a "face to face" CanHUG meeting at the symposium.

“Must Today’s Risk be Tomorrow’s Disaster? 

The Use of Knowledge in Disaster Risk Reduction”

October 22 - 24, 2014

Eaton Chelsea Toronto

Toronto, Ontario

Event details
Date: 
Wednesday, 22 October, 2014 (All day) - Friday, 24 October, 2014 (All day)

Location

Toronto, Ontario
Eaton Chelsea Toronto
Canada

Flood vulnerability curves - Can we extract them (the data) from Hazus?

Hello all, I'm working in a flood insirance project, I i would like to extract the data part of the flood vulnerability curves from Hazus.

According to one of my colleague, this table should look like this:

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Your table will be called something like Hazus Residential damage and will look something like this:

BLDGTYPE

-3 ft

-2 ft

-1 ft

Canadian Perspectives on HAZUS

These thoughts were stimulated by the CanHug call in January ... Sorry they became a bit lengthy!

9e Colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec

Subtitle: 
Réduction des risques naturels, quel bilan pour le Québec ?

Le 9e Colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec se tiendra dans le cadre du 82 e congrès de l’ACFAS.

Vous êtes invité(e)s à soumettre une proposition de communication.

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All Hazards
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Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Le 9e Colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec

Le 9e Colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec se tiendra dans le cadre du 82 e congrès de l’ACFAS.

Vous êtes invité(e)s à soumettre une proposition de communication.

CanHUG Meeting 2014-01-15

Come join us on January 15 at 10:30 PST and share your stories and ideas at the next CanHUG meeting.  We will share news and information on using Hazus in Canada. For those of you interested in flood hazards we are very fortunate to have a presentation by CanHUGger Suzanne Houlind on "Developing new flooding technology for the province of Manitoba".

Presenter Bio:

Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Earthquake
Flood
Themes taxonomy: 
Capacity Development
Disaster Mitigation
Disaster Resilience
Disaster Risk Reduction
Emergency Management
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Risk Assessment
Resources taxonomy: 
Meeting Agendas & Minutes

hazard forum 2013-06-26

Subtitle: 
slide deck and poster
Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Themes taxonomy: 
Hazus
Resources taxonomy: 
Presentations

81e du Congrès de l'Association francophone pour le Savoir (Acfas) – Université Laval, Québec (8 Mai 2013)

Subtitle: 
8e Colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec. Gouvernance territoriale et politique de gestion : l’autre dimension des risques naturels

Responsables : Mustapha Kebiche et Yann Roche - Université du Québec à Montréal

 

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All Hazards
Themes taxonomy: 
Capacity Development
Policies & Programs
Risk Assessment
Resources taxonomy: 
Presentations

8e Colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec

UQAM organise le 8e Colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec: Le Département de géographie de l’UQAM organise le 8e colloque sur les risques naturels au Québec, le mercredi 8 mai 2013.

Ce colloque se tiendra dans le cadre du 81e congrès de l’ACFAS, à l’Université Laval, Québec. ACFAS = Association francophone pour le savoir, et le congrès est de 6 mai au 10 mai, 2013.

http://www.acfas.ca/evenements/congres/programme/81

Event details
Date: 
Wednesday, 8 May, 2013 - 08:00 - 17:30

Location

l’Université Laval
2325, rue de l'Université Ville de Québec, P.Q.
G1V 0A6
Canada
46° 46' 49.0476" N, 71° 16' 37.2036" W
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