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Disaster Loss Data

Products and Outreach

M. Gall, 2017.  Direct and insured flood damge in the United States, in Flood Damage Survey and Assessment: New Insights from Research and Practice, edited by D. Molinari, S. Menoni, and F. Ballio.  Washington DC: American Geophysical Union. 

Co-sponsoring and co-organization of INQUIMUS 2016: Spatial and temporal dynamics of risk and vulnerability”, Salzburg, Austria, September 21-23, 2016. 

M. Gall, Implementing IRDR’s Peril Classification in SHELDUS. NOAA’s 14th Annual Climate Predication Applications Science Workshop, Burlington, VT, March 2016.

M. Gall and S. L. Cutter, Disaster Loss Data in the United States. Risk Information Management, Risk Models, and Applications (RIMMA2016 organized by CODATA Germany), Berlin, Germany, June 2016.

M. Gall, Integrated Disaster Risk Research: Challenges and Benefits. AGIT2016, Salzburg, Austria, July 2016.

Participate in Southeast and Caribbean Climate Community of Practice’s Climate Adaptation Workshop, Tybee Island, GA, April 13–15, 2016

Member, Technical Advisory Group for OFDA/CRED related to Emergency Event Database (EM-DAT)

Cutter, S. L. and M. Gall, 2015.  “Sendai Targets at Risk,” Nature Climate Change 5 (August):707-709.

Guha-Sapir, D., R. Davis, M. Gall, P. Wallemacq, and S. Cutter 2015.  Exploring the potential of geocoding the impact of disasters: The experience of global and national databases.  Geophysical Research Abstracts 17, EGU-2015-15109.

Integrated Research on Disaster Risk, 2015. Guidelines on Measuring Losses from Disasters: Human and Economic Impact Indicators (IRDR DATA Publication No. 2), Beijing: Integrated Research on Disaster Risk.

Integrated Research on Disaster Risk, 2014.  Peril Classification and Hazard Glossary (IRDR DATA Publication No. 1).  Beijing: Integrated Research on Disaster Risk.

Gall, M., C. T. Emrich and S. L. Cutter, 2015. Who Needs Loss Data? Background Paper for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015 (GAR15). Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR. Excerpts included in GFDRR, 2014. Understanding Risk in an Evolving World: Emerging Best Practices in Natural Disaster Risk Assessment. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, 224 p.

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