Theme 1. Sendai Landslide Partnerships and Kyoto Landslide Commitment

Theme 1 Sendai Landslide Partnerships and Kyoto Landslide Commitment
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Session 1.1 Sendai Landslide Partnerships, Kyoto Landslide Commitment, and International Programme on Landslides

 

1 Kyoji Sassa Japan Kyoto 2020 Commitment for Global Promotion of Understanding and Reducing Landslide Disaster Risk
2 Peter T. Bobrowsky Canada International Consoritum on Landslides (ICL): Proposing and Host Organization of SLP20152025 and KLC2020
3 Matjaž Mikoš Slovenia The ICL journal Landslides – 16 years of capacity development for landslide risk reduction
4 Kaoru Takara Japan  UNITWIN-UNESCO/KU/ICL  Programme
5 Qunli Han China International Programme on Landslides (IPL): A programme of the ICL for Landslide Disaster Risk Reducrtion
6 Alexander Strom Russia Central Asia – rockslides’ and rock avalanches’ treasury and workbook
7 Biljana Abolmasov Serbia Results of recent monitoring activities on landslide Umka, Belgrade, Serbia – IPL 181
8 Matjaž Mikoš Slovenia Landslides in Weathered Flysch: From Activation to Deposition (WCoE 2017-2020)
9 Snježana Mihalić Arbanas Croatia Report of the Croatian WCoE 2017-2020: From landslide mapping to risk assessment
10 Nicola Casagli Italy Advanced technologies for Landslides (WCoE 2017-2020)
11 Vít Vilímek Czech Republic Complex geomorphological and engineering geological research of landslides with adverse societal impacts
12 Željko Arbanas Croatia Report of the IPL-219, IPL-220 and Croatian WCoE 2017-2020: From landslide investigation to landslide prediction and stabilization
13 Satoru Nishikawa Japan Ichi-Nichi-Mae (The Day before the Disaster) Project for Landslide Awareness and Risk Communication
14 Eleftheria Poyiadji Greece Landslides in Greece and related legislation: difficulties and potential improvements
15 Surya Parkash India Emerging Issues and Innovative Strategies for Landslides Risk Management
16 Bayes Ahmed UK The root causes of landslide vulnerability in Bangladesh
17 Shuai ZHANG China Hydrated halloysite: the pesky stuff responsible for a cascade of landslides triggered by the 2018 Iburi earthquake, Japan

 

Session 1.2 Landslide-induced Tsunamis

 

1 Taro Kakinuma Japan Numerical simulation for tsunami generation due to a landslide
2 Federico Di Traglia Italy Dealing with mass flow-induced tsunamis at Stromboli volcano: monitoring strategies
3 Kazuki Murata Japan Tsunami Disaster caused by the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake and theImportance of Submarine Landslides
4 Wahyu Widiyanto Chinese Taipei Post-event field surveys of 2018 tsunami in Palu Bay and Sunda Strait
5 Tso-Ren Wu Chinese Taipei Three-Dimensional Simulation on the Rockslide and Mudslide Generated Tsunamis
6 Junji Miyamoto Japan Submarine landslide study in a drum centrifuge

 

Session 1.3 Landslides at UNESCO designates sites and contribution from WMO, FAO, IRDR

 

1 Yuki Matsuoka Japan Sendai voluntary commitments: landslide stakeholders and the all-of-society approach enhanced by UNDRR
2 Vít Vilímek Czech Republic Contribution of the collaborative effort of the Czech WCoE to landslide risk reduction at the Machupicchu, Peru
3 Irina Pavlova France Landslides at UNESCO-designated sites
4 Daniele Spizzichino Italy Traditional knowledge and local expertise in landslide risk mitigation of world heritages
5 William Frodella Italy Assessing landslide hazards in cultural heritage sites of the UNESCO Tentative List: examples from developing countries
6 Rodrigo Alcaíno-Olivares Canada Thermo-mechanical cliff stability at tomb KV42 in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt
7 Xu Tang China Collaboration in MHEWS through an Integrated Way: The Great Efforts Contributed by Multi-stakeholder Partnership at National, Regional and International Levels
8 Yuka Makino Italy Resilient Watershed Management: Landscape Approach to Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction
9 Fang Lian China Integrating DRR into the conservation and management mechanisms of the internationally designated sites – view of IRDR
10 Giuseppe Esposito Italy Landslide hazard and risk assessment for civil protection early response
11 Irasema Alcántara-Ayala Mexico Size matters: the impact of small, medium and large landslide disasters
12 Shengnan WU China Practices of Public Participation Early Warning System for Geological Hazards in China
13 Stefano Utili UK Landslide Geometry and Activity in Villa de la Independencia (Bolivia) Revealed by InSAR and Seismic Noise Measurements

 

Session 1.4 Education and Capacity Development for Risk Management and Risk Governance

 

1 Emanuele Intrieri Italy Early warning systems in Italy: state-of-the-art and future trends
2 Jan Klimeš Czech Republic Community-based landslide risk management in contrasting social environments, cases from the Czech Republic
3 Lee-Ping Shi Chinese Taipei Refinement Progresses on Freeway Slope Maintenance after a Huge Landslide Disaster
4 Ricardo J. Garnica-Peña Mexico Landslide exposure community-based mapping: a first encounter in a small rural locality of Mexico
5 Elizabeth A. Holcombe UK Co-producing data and decision support tools to reduce landslide risk in the humid tropics
6 Mohamad Fazli Sardi Malaysia ICT-based landslide disaster simulation drill: Road to achieve 2030 global commitment
7 Sao-Jeng Chao Chinese Taipei A Preliminary Work of Safety Potential Analysis Model for Anchors Used on Freeway Slopes
8 Tamara Breuninger Germany Initial Experiences of Community Involvement in an Early Warning System in Informal Settlements in Medellín, Colombia
9 Hendy Setiawan Indonesia Capacity Building and Community Preparedness towards Landslide Disaster in Pagerharjo Village, Kulon Progo Regency of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
10 Alexandra Urgilez Netherlands Characterization and hydrological analysis of the Guarumales deep-seatedlandslide in the tropical Ecuadorian Andes
11 Mateja Jemec Auflic Slovenia On the importance of geological data for landslide risk reduction in Slovenia

 

Session 1.5 SATREPS-Rain-induced Rapid and Long Travelling Landslides

 

1 Kazuo Konagai Japan SATREPS project for Sri Lanka with regard to “Development of early warning technology of Rain-induced Rapid and Long-travelling Landslides”
2 Ryo Onishi Japan Technology development of reliable rainfall prediction in mountain regions of Sri Lanka
3 Shiho Asano Japan Strategy for monitoring creeping movements of unstable soil masses triggered by heavy rain at pilot sites in tropical forested mountain
4 Ryosuke Uzuoka Japan Porewater pressure build-up of slopes subjected to different rainfall conditions by centrifuge modelling
5 Katsuo Sasahara Japan Early warning system against rainfall-induced landslide in Sri Lanka
6 Toru Koike Japan Strengthening non-structural measures for Landslide Risk Reduction in Sri Lanka – Achievement in Project SABO –
7 Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe Sri Lanka Role of Disaster Management Center on Landslide Risk Management