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Casagli200

 

THE HYDROGEOLOGICAL DAMAGE

Nicola Casagli 

Università di Firenze

 

The hydrogeological damage is achieving ever more worrying proportion for the combination of factors such as global warming, which involves a greater frequency of exceptional events and human behavior with the uncontrolled construction in areas at risk, the abandonment of the mountains and hills, the degradation river, and lack of resources for maintenance and prevention. The scientific community is effectively engaged in the study and development of techniques for monitoring and mitigation risk that use optical remote sensing and radar, sensor networks and models of supercomputing.

 

  • Where: Firenze / Sala Strozzi - Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra | via G. La Pira, 4

    When: 21 May 2013 / h: 11:30 13 for school / 17 - 18:30 for citizenship

 

Galleria delle Carrozze, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Firenze

17 gennaio - 31 maggio 2013

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