Special Issue in “Geo-Hydrological Risks Management”
Take a look at these interesting MDPI Open-access Special Issue on “Geo-Hydrological Risks Management” by Dr. #Danilo_Godone, #YEG Chair Dr. Louise Vick and #YEG committee member Prof. Changdong (Frank) Li.
Special Issue “Geo-Hydrological Risks Management”
This Special Issue of Geosciences aims to gather, high-quality, original research articles and technical notes on the use of geosciences, applied to geo-hydrological risk management. The Special Issue will highlight case studies, best practices, and applied research.
The use of geoscience tools is an, undeniable, added value when coping with natural disasters and their risk management. Survey devices, both close range (e.g., GNSS) and remote (e.g., UAVs, remote sensing) and mapping tools, such as G.I.S., contribute to improve the knowledge of investigated phenomena and, consequently, their risk management. Thanks to the accuracy and richness of geometric and thematic data, risk management is facilitated by and contributes to, among others, risk mitigation and the development of sustainable adaptation strategies.
Therefore, I would like to invite you to submit recent work, in the form of an article, concerning the above-mentioned topics. The use of open source approaches is highly appreciated. The preliminary submission of a short abstract outlining the aims of the research and its main results is encouraged in order to check, at an early stage, if the contribution fits the scope of the Special Issue.
Dr. Danilo Godone
Dr. Louise Vick
Prof. Changdong Li
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