In this publication we leave you with some of the most important investigations of the collaborators of the Observatorio de la Costa, which through their efforts strengthens and renews in terms of matter what is necessary to continue promoting a Coastal Law for Chile.
Here we leave you some of the documents of our collaborators:
- The generation of new tsunami risk areas due to an intentionally biased reconstruction process: Case study of llico after the 2010 Chile tsunami
2. Vulnerability factors and post-earthquake reconstruction in three Chilean coastal towns: generation of new risk areas?
3. Assessment of tsunami risk areas and evacuation potential: proposals for disaster risk reduction at the local scale
4. Risk factors and perceived restoration in a town destroyed by the 2010 Chile tsunami
5. Coastal Evolution in a Wetland Affected by Large Tsunamigenic Earthquakes in South-Central Chile: Criteria for Integrated Coastal Management
6. Fuzzy Boundaries Between Post-Disaster Phases: The Case of L’Aquila, Italy
7. Monitoring recovery after earthquakes by integrating remote sensing, GIS and ground observations: the case of L’Aquila (Italy)
8. Assessing post-disaster recovery through sentiment analysis: the case of L’Aquila, Italy
9. Sustainable and resilient building design approaches, methods and tools
10. Sources of earthquake recognition data, a literature review
11. Spatial connectivity as a recovery process indicator: The L’Aquila earthquake
12. Lack of spatial resilience in a recovery process: Case of L’Aquila, Italy