Protecting Lives and Livelihoods: Mapping Natural Hazards - Perspectives from the Philippines and the UK
Topics in this seminar include recent Philippine disasters and latest government initiatives for hazards mitigation, Philippines DREAM Project, Natural hazards research at the University of Bristol, Environment Agency National Flood Modelling and Mapping Programme, Panel discussion, followed by a drinks reception.
1.00 pm “Recent Philippine disasters and latest government initiatives for hazards mitigation”, Professor Alfredo Mahar Francisco A. Lagmay, National Institute of Geological Sciences, Philippines
2.00 pm “Philippines DREAM Project”, Dr Enrico Paringit, Associate Professor, Training Centre for Applied Geodesy and Photogrammetry Philippines and Program Leader, DREAM
2:15 pm “LIDAR Mapping in England and Wales”, Alastair Duncan, Geomatics Technical Specialist, Environment Agency
2.30 pm Break
2.45 pm “Natural hazards research at the University of Bristol”, Professor Paul Bates Director, Cabot Institute
3:15 pm “Flood Risk Mapping and Modelling in the Environment Agency”, Dr Kate Marks, Head of Mapping and Modelling, Environment Agency
3.30 pm Panel discussion – Professor Alfredo Mahar Francisco A. Lagmay, Dr Enrico Paringit, Professor Paul Bates, Dr Kate Marks and Alastair Duncan
4.30 pm Drinks reception
Please register for this event.
Note this event is open to University of Bristol staff and students only.