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Towards a cross-domain interoperable framework for natural hazards and disaster risk reduction information

Citace:
TOMAS, R., HARRISON, M., BARREDO, J. I., THOMAS, F., LLORENTE ISIDRO, M., PFEIFFER, M., ČERBA, O. Towards a cross-domain interoperable framework for natural hazards and disaster risk reduction information. Natural Hazards, 2015, roč. 78, č. 3, s. 1545-1563. ISSN: 0921-030X
Druh: ČLÁNEK
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Towards a cross-domain interoperable framework for natural hazards and disaster risk reduction information
Rok vydání: 2015
Autoři: Robert Tomas , Matthew Harrison , Jose I. Barredo , Florian Thomas , Miguel Llorente Isidro , Manuela Pfeiffer , Ing. Mgr. Otakar Čerba Ph.D. ,
Abstrakt CZ: Článek Towards a cross-domain interoperable framework for natural hazards and disaster risk reduction information popisuje vznik a aktuální stav INSPIRE specifikace tématu Natural Risk Zones.
Abstrakt EN: According to the United Nations? International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, ?natural hazards are processes or phenomena that may cause loss of life, injury or other health impacts, property damage, loss of livelihoods and services, social and economic disruption, or environmental damage?. They are at the interface between human and natural systems. From this perspective, natural hazards are a multidimensional domain including environmental issues, the private and public sector and citizens and governance ranging from local to supranational. The vast amount of information and data necessary for comprehensive hazard and risk assessment present many challenges regarding the lack of accessibility, comparability, quality, organisation and dissemination of natural hazards spatial data. In order to mitigate these limitations, an interoperability framework has been developed and published in the INSPIRE Data Specification on Natural Risk Zones?technical guidelines (DS) document. This framework provides means for facilitating access, integration, harmonisation and dissemination of natural hazard data from different domains and sources. The objective of this paper is twofold. Firstly, the paper highlights the key aspects of the interoperability to the various natural hazard communities and illustrates the applicability of the interoperability framework developed in the DS. And secondly, the paper ?translates? into common language the main features and potentiality of the interoperability framework of the DS for a wider audience of scientists and practitioners in the natural hazard domain. In this paper, the four pillars of the interoperability framework will be presented.
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