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Title: Climate change, hazards and vulnerability: multiscale analysis in northern coast of São Paulo, Brazil.
Authors: IWAMA, A. Y.
SOUSA JUNIOR, W. C.
ZANETTI, V. B.
SAKAI, R.
XAVIER, J. C. DE. M.
FREITAS, D.
SIMÕES, E.
BATISTELLA, M.
FERREIRA, L. DA. C.
Affiliation: ALLAN YU IWAMA, UNICAMP
WILSON CABRAL SOUSA JUNIOR, ITA
VITOR BACCARIN ZANETTI, ITA
RAFAEL SAKAI, USP
ITA
JOSÉ CARLOS DE MOURA XAVIER, ITA
DEBORA FREITAS, ITA
ELIANE SIMÕES, ITA
UNICAMP
MATEUS BATISTELLA, CNPM
LÚCIA DA COSTA FERREIRA, UNICAMP.
Date Issued: 2014
Citation: In: ADAPTATION FUTURES, 2014, Fortaleza. Abstract. Fortaleza: Provia; INPE, 2014.
Pages: p. 1-2.
Description: This study focus into two different approaches to assess hazards and vulnerabilities: (1) the geospatial indicators and (2) modelling of debris flow and flooding events. The integration of both methods through a multiscale analysis: (i) in a regional scale, geospatial indicators show the priority watersheds for risk reduction in the different hazards - landslides, flooding and rising sea level, (ii) locally, the analysis based on a 1967s extreme event in Caraguatatuba - with rainfall variation of 115-420mm and max. 841mm - show the consistent analysis of historical data of tidal levels and the rainfall effects of flooding and debris flow in the districts of ?Santo Antônio' river basin.
Keywords: Urban expansion.
Language: en
Type of Material: Anais e Proceedings de eventos
Access: openAccess
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