su segnalazione di Giacomo Pepe vi inoltro
l’informativa relativa alla sessione P16 (Floods), che si terrà
nell’ambito del 90° Congresso della Società Geologica Italiana e sarà
coordinata dai Proff. Cencetti e Surian insieme a Giacomo Pepe.
In calce trovate la descrizione della sessione e
le relative informazioni.
Il Segretario AIGA
Session P16. Floods
Conveners: Giacomo Pepe [University of Genova], Corrado Cencetti
[University of Perugia], Nicola Surian [University of Padova]
Corresponding e-mail: email@example.com
Floods represent one of the most important and frequent geo-hazards.
Although significant progress has been made, the study of floods (e.g.
prediction and mapping) continues to be a major challenge for
scientists and practitioners. The purpose of this session is to gather
contributions that highlight the role of geological and
geomorphological aspects in understanding, modelling and predicting
floods and related hazard. It provides a platform for
interdisciplinary approaches and case studies addressing the analysis
of floods at different spatial scales, using both classical and
innovative methodologies (e.g. remote sensing techniques), which may
be useful for researchers, stakeholders and decision makers involved
in flood risk mitigation and management.
Although we expect that contributions will give a broad view about
floods, we encourage contributions on the following topics:
- Extreme floods
- Floods related to specific geological processes (e.g. landslide dams)
- The role of geomorphic processes (i.e. channel lateral mobility,
intense sediment and wood transport) during floods
- Channel adjustments (e.g. channel incision and narrowing) and their
implications for flood modelling and mapping.
All information about abstract submission are available at the