• Key Date and Deadline

    • Deadline for extended abstract submission June 30th 2022
    • Notification for extended abstract acceptance August 31st 2022
    • End of early registration (concessional registration fee) June 30th 2022
    • End of registration September 30th 2022

    Submission
  • Key Date and Deadline

    • Deadline for extended abstract submission June 30th 2022
    • Notification for extended abstract acceptance August 31st 2022
    • End of early registration (concessional registration fee) June 30th 2022
    • End of registration September 30th 2022

    Submission
  • Key Date and Deadline

    • Deadline for extended abstract submission June 30th 2022
    • Notification for extended abstract acceptance August 31st 2022
    • End of early registration (concessional registration fee) June 30th 2022
    • End of registration September 30th 2022

    Submission

Upstream of Daxixi Railway Bridge

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Topic


The symposium has teamed up with WATER Special Issue (SI) on “Natural Disasters Occurrence, Reduction, and Restoration in Mountain Regions.” Oral presenters, except invited lectures, are required to first submit their manuscript to the WATER SI. Once accepted, the manuscript will form part of the INTERPRAEVENT Proceedings. Authors registered for the INTERPRAEVENT Symposium 2022, will be eligible to a 20% discount for publication in the WATER SI.

The symposium solicits contributions that address the themes and topics of the symposium outlined in the special sessions below.

Special sessions


The abovementioned aspects are converged into the following sessions:
  • Disasters caused by large-scale landslides, shallow landslides, and rockslides
  • Disasters caused by dammed-lake outbursts and driftwood, debris/mud flows
  • Disasters caused by seasonal floods and surface erosion
  • The relationships between natural hazards and climate change
  • Strategy from natural disasters to restoration
  • Stream ecosystem services and nature-based solutions
  • Disaster-resilient community and rural regeneration