Geoinformation Technology for Natural Disaster Management

By on 28 September, 2010

The conference will help decision makers develop a strategy to reduce the risk of natural disasters.

WHEN: 2010-10-19 to 2010-10-20
WHERE: Chiang Mai, Thailand
STATE: International

The symposium will focus on the use of geoinformatics for natural disaster preparedness such as earthquake, flood, typhoon and tsunami etc.,and for rehabilitation and risk management by exploring the various causative factors. There will also be deliberations on how to use GIS for better planning of risk areas.


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