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Earthquakes from space: earth observation for quantifying earthquake risks

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Old Library, Lloyd's of London

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EC3M 7HA

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Earthquakes from space: earth observation for quantifying earthquake risks

Summary: Following the release of a number of new earthquake catastrophe models in key insurance regions, this seminar will investigate how earth observation, satellite and geospatial technologies help to better quantify earthquake risk

Learning outcomes: Independent view on quantifying earthquake risk through earth observation and geospatial technology

Intended audience: catastrophe modellers, exposure management, model evaluation, risk managers, anyone affected by the new model upgrades

Speakers include:

  • Professor Tim Wright – University of Leeds - Monitoring Earth’s dynamic crust from space
  • Gareth Crisford – Earth-i - Optical Satellite Imagery for Earthquake Damage Assessment
  • Rashmin Gunasekera – World Bank - Use of EO satellite information within the Global RApid-post-disaster Damage Estimation (GRADE) Approach
  • Professor Stuart Marsh - University of Nottingham - GEO’s support for the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Rachel Holley – CGG NPA - Mapping fault-related displacements using Satellite InSAR: An example across the Los Angeles Basin, USA.
  • Tim Ancheta – RMS - Transforming liquefaction modelling with geostatistics
  • Forbes McKenzie – McKenzie Intelligence Services

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1 Lime Street

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EC3M 7HA

United Kingdom

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