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Krishna Nadimpalli
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This project, now in its utilisation phase, has addressed the data and knowledge gaps and requirements for disaster resilience, resource assessment, emergency management, risk mitigation policy and planning. It identified the fundamental data requirements and modelling framework to derive exposure information to enable a better understanding of the vulnerability of people, buildings and infrastructure.

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Natural hazards exposure information modelling framework


Exposure is referred to as the elements at risk within a given area that have been, or could be, subject to the impact of natural hazards.

What is in the disaster zone?


What information is needed for disaster governance? How to achieve national consistency in information?

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Krishna Nadimpalli Conference Poster 2016


This project will identify the data requirements and modelling framework to derive exposure information to enable a better understanding of the vulnerability of people, buildings and infrastructure.

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Natural Hazards Exposure Information Framework - a step towards national consistency


Exposure information comprises the details needed to support various phases and all levels of governance in disaster management. There is a wide variety of fundamental data required for end users and also analysts to enable informed decision making.

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Resources credited

Type Released Title Download Key Topics
Presentation-Slideshow 21 Mar 2014 Natural hazard exposure information modelling framework Save (696.97 KB) modelling, multi-hazard, vulnerability
Presentation-Slideshow 05 Dec 2014 Natural hazard exposure modelling framework Save (519.75 KB) exposure, framework, modelling
Presentation-Slideshow 24 Oct 2016 Natural hazard exposure information framework Save (2.85 MB) exposure, framework, modelling
HazardNoteEdition 30 Jan 2017 Strengthening infrastructure for natural hazard impacts Save (358.94 KB) earthquake, engineering, mitigation

All the resources from our 2016 conference

Research program in detail

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2015-2016 year in review

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