Inventory Existing Risk Scenarios

Aerts, J., Feyen, L., Hochrainer-Stigler, S., Jongman, B., Hudson, P., & Veldkamp, T. (2013). Inventory Existing Risk Scenarios. Deliverable 3.1, ENHANCE Project, IVM, Netherlands (20 September 2013)

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This report provides an inventory of existing hazard data, spatial data sets and socioeconomic projections to process scenario information and future risk projections for the ENHANCE case studies. As a basis for this inventory, we conducted a small survey across the EHNHANCE cases study on their data needs. Table 1.1 provides a preliminary overview of the hazard- and socioeconomic data and scenario's required within the different case studies. This overview on the case study data needs and the data availability within the different case study partners, was discussed during the project meetings in Venice, May 2013 and Ispra (September 2013).

During the meeting in Ispra, the case studies were offered a 2 days hands on workshop on how to use scenario and risk data or their case studies. This workshop was offered by IVM and JRC.

Since the ENHANCE project follows a risk based approach, we similarly have focused this report on (1) data and projections for different types of natural hazards (Chapter 2) and (2) trends in socioeconomic factors that influence exposure and vulnerability to the natural hazard (Chapter 3). In addition, we have specifically outlined methods to process socioeconomic scenarios (Chapter 4) and probabilistic methods (Chapter 5) to describe extreme events with a very low probability.

The main objectives of this report are to:

- Provide an inventory of dynamic hazard scenarios at the pan-European scale, based on existing information at JRC or other institutes;

- Provide an inventory of socioeconomic data and projections in Europe as well as some global outlook projections, possibly relevant for ENHANCE;

- Develop a probabilistic risk framework for identifying probabilities of extreme events in the case studies.

Item Type: Other
Research Programs: Risk, Policy and Vulnerability (RPV)
Risk & Resilience (RISK)
Bibliographic Reference: Deliverable 3.1, ENHANCE Project, IVM, Netherlands (20 September 2013)
Depositing User: IIASA Import
Date Deposited: 15 Jan 2016 08:49
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2021 17:39

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